NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Korean American Association of Greater New York is facilitating a partnership between businesses and residents in Black and brown communities after years of lingering tensions.
Racial profiling to disrespect has fueled long-standing tensions between Asian-American businesses within Black and brown communities.
Park also agreed to work with Livingston to help provide jobs to residents who live in the communities they serve and promised to continue the conversation quarterly.
A lot of money to keep ourselves up, so that’s right, you should give back,” one woman said.
“We would invite store owners to participate, really to give back in a more organized and conscious way to their local community,” Yoon said.