The attack, which was captured in shocking detail by a nearby surveillance camera , was the latest in a string of violent attacks against Asian-Americans and Asian immigrants in and around San Francisco, California, and prompted a national call to address racism against the Asian community. At least one similar attack happened in New York City. It was the second such march in a week; the first, in Oakland, California, also drew dozens of supporters, many of them carrying signs demanding that racism be stamped out, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. What started as dirty looks and verbal assaults has escalated to physical attacks and violence against innocent Asian Americans.
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Sign in. By Tiffany Wang. We met while living abroad in Beijing, China, where yellow fever among expats runs rampant and subsequent suspicion from the local population stokes racial tensions. It took me months to call him my boyfriend. When I walked with him hand in hand, I saw smug expressions from white dudes, dismissive sneers from Chinese men and judgmental looks from white and Chinese women alike. San Franciscans tend to be more informed when it comes to matters of race, yet even now I witness moments of appalling ignorance. Which explains, perhaps, why I constantly feel the need to clarify my views on the following questions: Do I date only white men?
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The growth of interracial marriage in the 50 years since the Supreme Court legalized it across the nation has been steady, but stark disparities remain that influence who is getting hitched and who supports the nuptials, according to a major study released Thursday. People who are younger, urban and college-educated are more likely to cross racial or ethnic lines on their trip to the altar, and those with liberal leanings are more apt to approve of the unions — trends that are playing out in the Bay Area, where about 1 in 4 newlyweds entered into such marriages in the first half of this decade. Among the most striking findings was that black men are twice as likely to intermarry as black women — a gender split that reversed for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans and, to researchers, underscores the grip of deeply rooted societal stereotypes. Virginia, invalidated antimiscegenation laws that had remained in more than a dozen states. The study drew on data from Pew surveys, the U.