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Sources used on this page:
Chen, S.-H. L. (2013). Anti-Asian Violence. In H. Ling & A. Austin (Eds.), Asian American History and Culture: An Encyclopedia (pp. 19-21). Sharpe Reference. https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/CX7035500015/GVRL?u=aubu98092&sid=bookmark-GVRL&xid=577344ee
Stop AAPI Hate. (2021, March 24). Stop AAPI Hate [Illustration]. Stop AAPI Hate. https://stopaapihate.org/resources/
"Anti-Asian violence refers to the use of physical force, harassment, intimidation, or threat of violence against persons of Asian birth or ancestry, in a manner calculated to cause bodily harm or damage to property. While Asians may be the victims of ordinary violent crime like any other group of Americans, anti-Asian violence refers specifically to incidents in which the perpetrator is motivated by animus toward members of that community. Thus, anti-Asian violence falls under the general rubric of hate crime. The criminal justice system and sociologists regard hate crime as a special category of felony because those who suffer from it, if only psychologically, include not just the immediate victims but the entire community to which they belong."
-From Asian American History and Culture: An Encyclopedia
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