Just a day after a large rally was held in Oakland to show solidarity between the Black and Asian communities after recent attacks on Asians throughout the Bay Area, a second rally was held in San Francisco on Sunday.
In an effort to denounce recent violence, the multicultural group looked at ways to address it and what it will take to heal after the attacks, which have gained national attention.
“It’s been heartbreaking to see the crime on social media,” said one person at the rally. “The video of our elders, of our women, the most vulnerable being treated this way…nobody deserves to be treated this way.”
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