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Flames of Racism in Atlanta

Monday, March 29, 2021

Six women of Asian descent were among the victims of mass shootings in Atlanta. Racism is on the rise in the United States as attacks on Asians are escalating.

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A child holds a sign with a US flag at a “Stop Asian Hate” rally and vigil to remember the Atlanta shooting victims at Bellevue Downtown Park in Bellevue, Washington, US, March 20. Reuters/Lindsey Wasson . tempo : 172109723491.

ILHAM Munawar Siddiq has been living in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States, for almost two years. The postgraduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology shares an apartment at the Midtown area with his two colleagues and American friends. It is only a five-minute drive from Piedmont Road where the mass shootings—suspected to be racially motivated—took place in mid-March.

The Piedmont road is lined with shops, clothing store


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