These incidents are part of a long and growing list of anti-Asian xenophobia that has intensified since COVID-19 began to spread outside the borders of mainland China.
Xenophobia compounds, and the best way to stop it is through the proliferation of information that is accessible and accurate.
Whether it’s the role of class as a vector in experiencing xenophobia, or how to be a good ally to the Asian community in light of xenophobia, we’re aiming to delve deeper into issues of anti-Asian xenophobia through our educational materials.
And as the going gets tough for members of the Asian community, it’s on each and every one of us to do our part.
You can find “Quaranteens Against Xenophobia” on Instagram and Twitter.