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In Australia, Eileen Chong has experienced racism first-hand … countless times. On 16 March, I read about the shooting in Atlanta, Georgia , the light from my phone bright on my face. Details emerge—eight people were killed: six of whom were Asian women, four of them Korean. They were people, with friends and families, with histories, with futures. Now, they are dead. I watched the grief pouring in from my Asian American friends online.
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More than eight in 10 Asian Australians report discrimination during coronavirus pandemic
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Chin Tan will on Wednesday launch a concept paper for the framework ahead of Harmony Day on 21 March. Australia has not had a national anti-racism plan since and no federal funding for one since Too many people are regularly the targets and victims of racism. Tan says stamping out racism is not just a matter for government, revealing he will conduct a roundtable on spectator racism at sporting events as an example of taking action across the community. In the Coalition government unsuccessfully attempted to abolish section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act , which bans speech that offends, insults or humiliates a person based on their race.
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Australia needs to embrace ‘Asianness’ as part of ‘Australianness’
Threatening letters sent to Asian councillors and a surge in race hate attacks during the pandemic has renewed calls for a centralised hate tracker. C ouncillor Kun Huang received the letter on a Monday. This was a race hate letter signed by its supposed perpetrator. Two days later, councillor Craig Chung at the City of Sydney, councillor Christina Wu at the Georges River council and another local councillor received similar letters. It is the latest disturbing incident in what data shows is a surge in anti-Chinese and anti-Asian sentiment in Australia during the Covid pandemic that has renewed calls for a centralised hate tracker and raised concerns it is putting people off standing for public positions.
Although the instigators of that surge claimed they were focusing on China as the source of the virus , it really targeted people of Asian appearance all over the world. In France , passengers on a public bus abused a woman of Vietnamese and Cambodian origin. And in Indonesia, Japanese nationals have endured harassment. In the United States last year, authorities logged fifteen hundred reports of incidents of racist abuse against Asian Americans from March 19 to April 15 alone.