Many demonstrations against Asian people have taken place across the United States, after the shooting on three spa stores in Atlanta suburbs.

From the city of San Francisco, California City to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, many women, men and even children on March 20, on March 20, have gone on the road to oppose the hateful wave aimed at the Asian American community


Two children participated in protests stop hating Asian people in Pittsburgh city on March 20 Photo: AP.

"I have always noticed all words, images and actions throughout my life. My family didn't want me to go anywhere alone," Ann Johns said when he joined a parade in Atlanta.

Two children participated in demonstration "stop hatred Asian people" in Pittsburgh city on March 20.

In the city of San Antonio, Texas, former mayor Julian Castro told the protester that the US had a "imperfect" history.

"We have to stop the hate of Asian Americans in this country," Castro, former ministers of housing and urban development under Barack Obama, said.

At Pittsburgh, artist Sandra Oh told the protester that she was "proud to be an Asian".

In Chicago, Dai Quing, an almond in the neighborhood Logan Square said the protests did not only show support with the victims of the shooting on March 16 but also to prevent similar attacks in the same

"I came here not just because I was because of my future generation. I think they should have the same opportunity and respectful," Quing said.

The research results announced this week the AAPI community stopped nearly 3,800 attacks on API that had occurred in the past year, of which women accounted for 68% and men were 29%.

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One day after the shooting in Atlanta, her 75-year-old grandmother Xiao Zhen Xie in San Francisco was attacked while walking on the street.

"The hatred cannot survive in the US. It must be terminated," President Joe Biden said during the visit to Atlanta on March 19.

Vice President Kamala Harris, a South Asian, added that "racism is a fact in the US and it has always existed."