This article is part of a special project between the International Examiner and the South Seattle Emerald to produce content in 2022 addressing Asian and Pacific Islander racism and resilience. This content was made possible by a grant from the Seattle Human Services Department. 

In 2021, rallies and marches took place addressing the rise in anti-Asian racism. People in the crowds showed solidarity in standing up to hate crimes and physical and verbal assaults. These were taken in Hing Hay Park in March and April of 2021 by Maile Anderson. 

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