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US: Atlanta Killings Underscore Dangers of Unaddressed Racism

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image A man holds a sign reading “#StopAsianHate” outside Youngs Asian Massage in Acworth, Georgia on March 17, 2021, where four people were fatally shot the day before.  © 2021 Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, File (Washington, DC) – The killings of eight people, most of them women of Asian descent in metro Atlanta, shows the need for US authorities to work to eradicate the racism and misogyny that puts lives at risk in the United States, Human Rights Watch said today. The attack on March 16, 2021, targeted people working at or visiting massage parlors.…

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