#StopAsianHate National Day Of Action And Healing Calls Attention To Spike In Anti-Asian Hate Crimes#StopAsianHate is being used on social media to encourage everyone to stand up for Asian Americans during this challenging time. 
With Hate Crimes On Rise, Residents In Some Communities Banding Together To Keep Asian New Yorkers SafeTeresa Ting created Main Street Patrol, a group of volunteers who gather on the weekends to be the eyes and ears of downtown Flushing, Queens.
Suffolk County Announces Task Force To Prosecute Hate Crimes Amid Spike In Anti-Asian Violence; 'Statistics Do Not Lie'As violence against Asian Americans increases across the U.S., leaders on Long Island have created a special hate crimes task force.
Rallies To End Asian Hate Held In NYC; 'We're All Different, But That Doesn't Mean We Should Be Treated Different'All across the city people have been coming together, holding rallies to show their support for the Asian community.
Rep. Grace Meng Applauds President Joe Biden's Comments Condemning Anti-Asian Hate Crimes, Introduces Bill To Empower VictimsThe president's comments come on the heels of a new report that found anti-Asian hate crimes rose nearly 150% in major U.S. cities between 2019 and 2020. New York City had the largest increase.
NYPD Adds 200 Surveillance Cameras As Part Of Mayor's Hate Crimes Action PlanNew York City is taking steps to combat hate crimes following a series of random attacks on Asian New Yorkers.
Rally Against Attacks On Asian Community Draws Large Crowds At Foley SquareA report released Friday by the federal government finds a large percentage of hate crimes go unreported, an alarming lack of data.
Calls For Immediate Change Ring Out After 36-Year-Old Asian Man Stabbed In The Back In Lower ManhattanA random attack from behind has left another member of the Asian community seriously hurt.
Mayor De Blasio Pushes Campaign Against Anti-Asian Hate Crimes, Including Financial Penalties And Potential Jail TimeWellington Chen came to New York from Hong Kong in the 1970s, but said he was never afraid to walk the streets near his Flushing home -- until now.
City Leaders Hold Virtual Town Hall To Address Alarming Rise In Violence Against Asian-AmericansThere were calls for action and unity Sunday in the wake of attacks on Asian-Americans in the city.
Cuomo Signs Law Banning Confederate Flags, Other Hate Symbols On State PropertyGov. Andrew Cuomo signed the law this week, despite concerns it may violate free speech protection under the U.S. Constitution.