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San Antonio resident Mike Nguyen is afraid to be outside these days. Earlier this week, he was driving with his colleague when they pulled over to help someone pick up boxes, but he froze up when they parked the car on the side of the street.

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It was the death threats he had received recently that kept him in. The only survivor of the shooting, Elcias R. Hernandez-Ortiz, remains hospitalized with ificant injuries. Park, Hyun J. Grant, Suncha Kim and Yong A. The attacks in Atlanta are the latest in a wave of increasing assaults in the U.

As the virus spread, the anti-Asian hostility climbed.

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Stop AAPI Hatean organization founded during the pandemic to track incidents of anti-Asian discrimination, received 3, reported incidents of racism against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders across the United States between March 19, and Feb. Asian Texans have also reported verbal abuse and being spit at and coughed on, according to the group. She said that last month, a white man driving past her stuck out his middle finger at her for no reason. In Houston, the Police Department released a statement Wednesday announcing a plan to increase patrols in certain neighborhoods and to organize a town hall to address concerns about anti-Asian hate crimes.

Amy Zhang, a Ph. D student in sociology at the University of Texas at Austin and a researcher for the AAPI COVID Projectsaid that pandemic-related racism and more cautious tendencies among the Asian population combined to impact the Asian community harder and earlier than other groups.

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Zhang ly worked for the Texas Tribune as a fellow. This kind of racialization of a disease can result in material impacts like unemployment increases, rises in depression and anxiety rates and a distrust of other people, according to Kara Takasaki, another UT-Austin Ph. Amy Mok, the founder of the Asian American Cultural Center in Austin, also added that labeling the virus as Asian will impact the social reality for Asian Americans for many months, and possibly years, to come. Why do they call it Chinese virus or Kung-flu virus? The labels that people attribute to Asian women perpetuates a culture of hypersexualization, Mok said.

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Sex objects. Asian restaurants and stores took the longest to recover after the recession, Jeung said, adding that Chinatowns across the country were already experiencing economic problems before the pandemic from the effects of gentrification.

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State Rep. He recently introduced a resolution in the Legislature that expresses support for eradicating racism and calls on law enforcement to fully investigate any reported incidents of anti-Asian hate. Several business owners told The Texas Tribune that hostility toward Asian Texans and the struggles of the service industry during the pandemic have made them question their line of work. They have to stay home while their kids do online learning.

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High unemployment rates and anti-Asian discrimination have also worsened institutional inequities when it comes to other areas of life like access to health care and work satisfaction, according to Zhang and Takasaki. Department of Labor. Recent research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics also suggests that the ability to work from home during the pandemic heavily depends on race and educational attainment.

On the other hand, less than a quarter of high school graduates have access to remote work.

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Still, Asian Texans are hoping that better times lie ahead, and they have found comfort in their families and coworkers for the time being, despite the immense challenges that they continue to face. Youn, who owns an environmental engineering company in Houston, immigrated to the United States from South Korea 61 years ago while a senior in high school.

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He still gets emotional any time he thinks about the partnerships made between American and Korean soldiers during the Korean War, and the connection between his Korean and American identities remains close to his heart. Nguyen is grateful for the Asian American community having his back throughout the pandemic and especially since his restaurant was tagged with racist graffiti.

Many people have asked him how they can help or show him support, and he decided to start collecting gift card donations to provide free meals for San Antonio residents.

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