Thursday on the NewsHour, the Georgia shootings highlight the increasing challenges faced by Asian Americans, spikes in COVID cases in several states raise concerns over new variants and reopening too early, and Rhode Island uses COVID relief dollars to stimulate an economy decimated by the pandemic.
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Congress holds hearing on Asian Americans’ ‘crisis point’
Dem. lawmaker: Atlanta shootings ‘deliberate,’ anti-Asian
Report: white supremacist propaganda nearly doubled in 2020
News Wrap: U.S. to send 4 million COVID vaccines abroad
With states reopening widely, new COVID hotspots surface
As America’s longest war wages on, is there hope for peace?
Immigrants face family separation despite new border policy
As nationwide unemployment grows, one state aids job seekers
Why you should be proud of your ethnic name
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