Stop Asian Hate March 3/28 @1 pm

We grieve the loss of 8 lives in Atlanta – 6 of whom were immigrant Asian women. We grieve and recognize that this violence – including the 150% increase in anti-Asian hate incidents over the past year – is part of a larger pattern of systemic violence. We grieve and recognize that six of the eight killed were immigrant, working-class, Asian women perceived as sex workers—a subset of the Asian community that has historically been invisible and therefore targeted for abuse and violence every day.
To curb this vicious and escalating cycle, together we must fight to dismantle all oppressive systems that thrive on violence against us.
Join us in solidarity for a rally and march through AsiaTown to honor the victims and speak out against the resurgence in anti-Asian violence and racism.  In a year where we have all been told to “go home,” we hold this space to show our community that this is our home.
Together, we rise. Together, we are Cleveland strong.
This event takes place in AsiaTown on Sunday, March 28th from 1pm-4pm. Masks and physical distancing are required.