Unity March in Washington DC on Saturday planned by Asian American leaders


A crowd gathered at the National Mall in Washington, DC on Saturday for a Unity March – a multicultural event organized by Asian American leaders.

Event organizers share photos and videos showing that a large crowd had gathered to take part in the march, which aimed to bringing together the Asian American community and other historically marginalized groups to connect, learn from each other, and raise awareness about issues of racial equality, economic justice, and civic engagement.

The event came just a day after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. The march took place near the United States Capitol and the Supreme Court building, as protesters demonstrating against the decision continued to gather across the country.

Tiffany Chang, event organizer and director of community engagement at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC, said the major court decisions facing the country are yet another reminder of what the Asian American community stands for. bat.




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