Moving Moments from Stop Asian Hate Rallies That Have Taken Place Around the World
From Atlanta to New Zealand, protests to end racism against Asians have taken place in cities across the globe in response to the Atlanta spa shootings and the rise in hate crimes against the Asian community
Amy Zhao holds up flowers and a sign with the names of the eight victims who died in the Atlanta spa shootings at the Rally Against Hate in New York City's Columbus Park on March 21.
N.Y.C. mayoral candidate Andrew Yang and wife Evelyn Yang speak at the Rally Against Hate at Columbus Park.
Protestors hit the streets to show their support for the Asian American community on March 20 in Atlanta, following the deadly spa shootings there.
Residents of Atlanta gather to speak out against Asian hate and carry signs to honor lives that were lost.
Sen. Jon Ossoff and Sen. Raphael Warnock take center stage to share their support for the Asian community on March 20 in Atlanta.
Several protestors hold up signs during the Rally Against Hate in N.Y.C. on March 21, including ones that say, "Stop Asian Hate," "We Belong" and "Solidarity Forever."
A protester wears a mask that says, "I AM NOT YOUR FETISH," in response to the spa shooter, 21-year-old Robert Aaron Long, who allegedly confessed to his crimes and told police that his "sex addiction" was what fueled him to kill.
Long faces eight counts of murder and one charge of aggravated assault.
Scenes from a solidarity march in Los Angeles on March 19. Many carry signs showing support and messages to the Asian community in Atlanta: "Stay Strong."
Hundreds arrive in Washington, D.C., to raise their voices against Asian hate at McPherson Square on March 21.
New York State Sen. Kevin Parker takes the mic during the Rally for Solidarity in Columbus Park in the Chinatown neighborhood of N.Y.C.
A child in N.Y.C. holds a "racism is a virus" sign at the Rally Against Hate in N.Y.C. on March 21.
The people of Houston also show their support to help stop Asian hate at a protest held at Discovery Green Park on March 20.
A man and his daughter, who holds up homemade signs, protest together at the Rally Against Hate in N.Y.C. on March 21.
A large group gathers in Henrico, Virginia to join in on the Stop the Hate rally at Short Pump Park on March 23.
Hundreds rally in Vancouver, Canada on March 28, and held signs to promote inclusion and allyship.
Residents flood the streets of Chicago's Chinatown to protest against Asian hate on March 27.
In Amsterdam, people gather with signs at Museum Square on March 27.
Hundreds arrive at Aotea Square in Auckland CBD to speak out against Asian hate before marching along Queen Street.
Protestors in Taipei hold a demonstration against racism and hatred towards Asians on March 26 in Taiwan.
Residents of Detroit, Michigan take to the streets to rally on March 27.
A young girl raises her fists while wearing a "Stop Asian Hate" sign around her neck as many gather at Union Square in San Francisco on March 27.
A large rally in Koreatown, Los Angeles hits the streets on March 27.
A small boy holds up a "Proud To Be Asian" sign at a rally in Oakland on April 3.
New Yorkers march through the city from Foley Square to demand an end to racism against Asians on April 4.
Patricia Shih holds up a "Stop the Hate" sign in Hauppauge, New York as many ralliy at the H. Lee Dennison Building on March 27.
A group gathers in St. Paul, Minnesota to remember the victims of Atlanta shootings to show the world they are united and not shattered by the violence.
Nearly 3,000 people march through N.Y.C. and across the Brooklyn Bridge to demand an end to anti-Asian violence on April 4.
A protester in N.Y.C. holds a sign that says, "No Life Should Be Treated This Way" during a rally on April 4.
A protestor raises a sign that says, "Hate is a Virus," at the Stop Asian Hate rally in Koreatown, L.A. on March 27.