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HomeVideo‘Hate is learned’: Tracing the history of anti-Asian violence in America

‘Hate is learned’: Tracing the history of anti-Asian violence in America


The rise in anti-Asian attacks has prompted the Biden administration to expand an initiative aimed at combating anti-Asian bias and violence. But for many Asian Americans, the recent violence also highlights a long history of feeling invisible. Mike Cerre reports from San Francisco as part of our series “Exploring Hate: Antisemitism, Racism and Extremism.” A warning: some images may be disturbing.

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