A national rally to
- Commemorate death anniversary of an 84-year old anti-Asian attack victim, Thai grandfather Vicha Ratanapakdee and the multiple victims of anti-Asian violence and prejudice;
- Re-focus the public on the persistent issue of anti-Asian violence and prejudice at the one-year anniversary of the #StopAsianHate movement; and
- Inspire a conversation among Asian American leaders and TAKE ACTION about the next steps in advancing the Asian American movement.
When: Sunday, January 30, 2022
Where: San Francisco, Chicago (virtual), New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Philadelphia
How: Various live and virtual rallies on Jan. 30, 2022, national and local news coverage, op-eds, social media campaign, and a convening of API leaders.
Chicago will conduct a virtual rally and press conference on January 30 at 1PM CT.
National: Stand with Asian Americans (SwAA), APAs vs. Hate (AvH); (in discussions with The Asian American Foundation (TAAF)).
Local: OCA Greater Chicago, Stand with Asians, Delta Chinatown Initiative, Revive SF Chinatown, Asian American Bar Association of Greater Chicago, Asians Are Strong, Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community, Chinese American Service League
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