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According to the There Is No Scrap Metal Just Pieces Not Yet Used Shirt Furthermore, I will do this Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, anti-Asian hate crimes increased by 149% from 2019 to 2020, while StopAAPIHate.org has catalogued more than 3,800 racist incidents since March 2020, a shocking number that the organization also describes as “massively underreported.” But let’s be clear: Anti-Asian racism and violence isn’t new. It emerged in the 1800s, when large numbers of Asian immigrants first started to arrive in the U.S., and it sadly persists today. Asian Americans continue to face racist aggressions and microaggressions. I can’t tell you how many times I have been accosted and harassed with racial slurs, or made to feel like a foreigner in my own country. Since the pandemic began last March, accompanied by racist descriptions like “Kung Flu,” the floodgates of hate and violence have opened even wider. For the first time after decades of living in New York, I’m afraid to go outside alone. I’m Korean, a woman, and a target.