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O n March 16, a domestic terrorist tragically killed eight people—six of them Asian women. While prosecutors and law enforcement still debate whether to deate the murders as hate crimesmillions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders AAPIincluding myself, are left feeling abandoned and overwhelmed with memories of our past, the realities of our present and fears for our collective future in a country we love. The news quite literally hit home for me—I was born and raised in Atlanta and some of the murders took place near my old stomping grounds.

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I was filled with shock, grief, frustration and then anger. As attacks on AAPIs have spiked over the last 12 months, the calls for help and the warning s from our community have felt ignored—as if the stories were about people living on the other side of the world, not about your neighbors in America. For many, the AAPI experience is one fraught with anxiety, trauma and identity crises.

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A complicated history with an American culture built on white supremacy and systemic racism is further complicated by a diverse community that, itself, is not a monolith. As AAPIs we have been excluded, interned, vilified, emasculated, fetishized and murdered.

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For some time, I thought that this uncomfortable position we are in was our own doing. We wanted to be seen as American. We wanted to be accepted and celebrated just like everyone else. We wanted to fit in. We should have easier names.

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A submission to, and eventual complicity with racism normalized a dynamic that should not exist. To grow up believing we needed to be O. To internalize racism at such a young age, in retrospect, warped my sense of normality. Can you imagine wanting to apologize to your abuser?

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This is how confusing and convoluted growing up AAPI can be. Why are women of our community the outlet for and victims of your sexual addiction?

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How dare you. Everything about this is tragic and wrong.

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You did not listen. You did not hear us. Please hear us now because being silent now is being complicit. So what can we do?

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An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us, but the good news is change can also start with one of us. Will it be you? Whether you live in Atlanta or in any city of this country, empower yourself by understanding our experience, buying from our local communities, and reinforcing our commitment to restorative justice that is not just a correction of inequality but an opportunity to grow opportunities for more.

We are hurt, exhausted, full of sorrow and angry—rightfully so.

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But we must continue to persevere. We must all continue to be active in creating the change that we so badly want and need for ourselves and our future generations. at letters time.

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