Olympian Suni Lee accounts her experience having been the target of an anti-asian hate crime. John Iadarola and Brett Erlich break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/10/13/1045746655/1-in-4-asian-americans-recently-feared-their-household-being-targeted-poll-finds
"In the Bay Area of Northern California there has been a spike in hate-driven violence against Asian Americans.
A 64-year-old grandma assaulted and robbed in San Jose. A 52-year-old Asian American woman shot in the head with a flare gun in Oakland.
All of it feels too close to home for Lisa Lu, a new mom who lives in the Bay Area.
"I felt like during the height of the pandemic it didn’t feel safe for me to go outside, and I was actually pregnant for most of the pandemic," Lu says. "So that was especially scary, like the thought of me going anywhere and being attacked and anything happening to my baby.""
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