Tibetan, Cambodian, Hmong, and Japanese Americans all have their own struggles for justice. But they say Black Lives Matter is their cause, too.
As the protest movement sparked by the police killing of George Floyd ripples throughout the world, it’s also reverberating in Minnesota’s Asian immigrant communities, including Tibetans in exile, Cambodian genocide survivors, and the country’s largest Hmong population. Activists are hosting online workshops, creating videos, and facilitating intergenerational conversations about George Floyd and anti-Black racism, encouraging their communities to stand up for justice for Black lives.
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