New Report Documents Harassment and Discrimination in Asian American and Pacific Island Communities

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Women at a stop Asian hate rally hold a protest sign reading "PROUD ASIAN AMERICAN."
Protester during a rally to show solidarity with Asian Americans at Embarcadero Plaza on March 26, 2021 in San Francisco, California. Hundreds of people marched through downtown San Francisco and held a rally at Embarcadero Plaza in solidarity with Asian Americans who have recently been the targets of hate crimes across the United States. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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