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SF’s “Stop The Hate” Rally in Chinatown

Saturday gather in Chinatown for “From Bay to Atlanta: Safe Spaces for Asian Americans” for a rally, art and healing
By - posted 3/19/2021 No Comment

Join the community and invite your friends and family to “From Bay to Atlanta: Safe Spaces for Asian Americans” hosted by Chinese Progressive Association, in collaboration with Stop AAPI hate and the community.

CCC will work with artist Vida Kuang, artists and community partners to empower community members to create art and grieve.

We will come together at Portsmouth Square and on the Dr. Rolland and Kathryn Lowe Community Bridge.

From Bay to Atlanta: Safe Spaces for Asian Americans
Saturday. March 20, 2021 | Noon
Portsmouth Square (Kearny btwn Clay & Washington),
San Francisco Chinatown

This Saturday March 20 at 12 pm, we will hold a community space to mourn the 8 people murdered during the mass shooting in Georgia, 6 of whom were Asian women, and we stand with the elderly woman who defended herself against the racist attack in SF earlier this week. Waves of attacks have been directed against all Asian American women and community- join us in creating a space where we vent, grieve, and show care for each other in the wake of what is happening, as we work towards safety for all.

Our hearts go out to the victims and their families in the shooting in Atlanta, Georgia this week. CCC mourns for the eight precious lives lost to hate and xenophobia. We are disheartened and enraged that the most vulnerable members of our Asian communities continue to be targeted.⠀

We stand against misogyny, xenophobia, white supremacy, and domestic terrorism. ⠀
We imagine a just future through care and creativity.⠀
We are the future, as artists, healers and community builders.⠀

“Stop AAPI Hate” Resources

  1. Sign on to Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta‘s collective community statement to stand in solidarity as they develop community-centered response and denounce the misogyny, white supremacy, and systemic racism that motivate violence against Asian American communities and other communities of color.

    A link to the full statement and individual and organizational sign-ons are here: http://bit.ly/GeorgiaAAPICommunityStatement

  2. Donate to the victims of the violent acts and their families: https://bit.ly/DonateToGeorgiaAAPICommunity
    All donations will go directly to support the victims and their families.

  3. Share the resources you can offer to the victims and their families, other impacted community members, and community organizations involved in crisis response: https://bit.ly/georgiaAAPIcommunitycare