A man holds a portrait of late Vichar Ratanapakdee, left, a 84-year-old immigrant from Thailand, who was violently shoved to the ground in a deadly attack in San Francisco, during a community rally to raise awareness of anti-Asian violence and racist attitudes, in response to the string of violent racist attacks against Asians during the pandemic, held at Los Angeles Historic Park near the Chinatown district in Los Angeles, Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
San Francisco, along with the rest of the country, has unfortunately seen an uptick in violent crimes against Asian Americans and Chinese Americans since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. KGO hosts and Bay Area leaders have voiced their concerns and support of the suffering communities.
Community activist Nancy Tun and NAACP President Rev. Amos Brown join The Pat Thurston Show for a two hour special on #StopAAPIHate and NAACP coming together addressing anti-asian hate amid the COVID-19 Pandemic.
#StopAAPIHate x NAACP Special
#StopAAPIHate x NAACP Special 2
Continued conversation with community activist, Nancy Tung and NAACP President Rev. Amos Brown.