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Protest signs display the name and logo of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF) and Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence (CAAAV).

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Members of CAAAV and Black New Yorkers march in protest past the now-demolished Sun Sing Theatre, under the Manhattan Bridge in Manhattan's Chinatown. Protestors hold signs calling for racial justice and an end to police brutality. Banner picutured…

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In the heart of Philadelphia, where the city’s historic legacy converges with its diverse, vibrant communities, there have been moments that stirred the very soul of its community, sparking intense debates and fueling the fight for preservation of…

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Hyun Lee, Alexandra Suh, and Yong Xin Huang's mother and 3 sisters joined for a memorial in Manhattan Chinatown the day before what would have been his 17th birthday. Yong Xin Huang was a teenager shot and killed by the police in Brooklyn while…

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Members of CAAAV and the family of Yong Xin Huang joined for a memorial march in Manhattan Chinatown the day before what would have been the 17th birthday of this victim of police brutality. This photo shows protestors with signs representing…

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Members of CAAAV and the family of Yong Xin Huang joined for a memorial march in Manhattan Chinatown the day before what would have been his 17th birthday. Yong Xin Huang was a teenager shot and killed by the police in Brooklyn while playing outside…

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Members of CAAAV and the family of Yong Xin Huang joined for a memorial march in Manhattan Chinatown the day before what would have been his 17th birthday. Yong Xin Huang was a teenager shot and killed by the police in Brooklyn while playing outside…

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CAAAV and NCPRR (National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights) took over the Chinatown Manhattan Bridge entrance during rush hour, wearing vests with messages protesting Mayor Giuliani’s oppressive police policies. 25 peaceful protestors were arrested,…

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CAAAV and NCPRR (National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights) took over the Chinatown Manhattan Bridge entrance during rush hour, wearing vests with messages protesting Mayor Giuliani’s oppressive police policies.

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CAAAV and NCPRR (National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights) took over the Chinatown Manhattan Bridge entrance during rush hour, wearing vests with messages protesting Mayor Giuliani’s oppressive police policies.
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