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Speaking out against hate (P2)
山东省烟台第二中学 赵娜娜
What is happening in this picture?

People are holding signs during a “stop Asian hate” rally.

Eight people, six of whom were Asian women, were killed in shootings at three different spas in the US state of Georgia on Tuesday by a 21-year-old.

Videos and images of a 76-year-old Asian woman crying with a bruised (淤青的) eye after being assaulted by a white man in San Francisco have gone viral on social media and shocked the whole world.

In the wake of the shootings, US citizens are refusing to stay silent any longer. A “stop Asian hate” movement has erupted across the US.

A person holds a sign during a "stop Asian hate" rally following the deadly shootings in Atlanta, Georgia, US.

Title prediction
Speaking out against hate
Read the title and predict what the passage is about.
What kind of hate is it?
What do people do to protest against hate?

Read the text carefully and answer the following questions.

1.What has triggered the “stop Asian hate” movement?
The latest shootings in the United States have drawn much attention. On March 16, 21-year-old Aaron Long killed eight people, six of whom were of Asian descent, in the city of Atlanta, Georgia.

2. What do people do in the “stop Asian hate” movement?
Protests on the street;
Celebrities speaking up: Actor Daniel Dae Kim’s call for action and awareness is backed by other stars.

Sandra Oh made a speech at a protest calling on Asians to help each other.

3. What’s the history of Asian American violence?
According to the Pew Research Center, more than 20 million people of Asian descent live in the US. The fear of violence against Asians has plagued the community for generations.
The spread of Asian American hate has continued due to misleading information put forth by the media and entertainment industries.
Former US President Donald Trump kept calling the novel coronavirus the “China Virus”. Such labeling has added fuel to anti-Asian violence. But such racism has long been a battle for Asian Americans.
According to the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, hate crimes against Asian Americans rose by 150 percent in major US cities in 2020 compared to the previous year.

4. What message can we learn from the movement?
This discrimination and violence must end. We need to face the issue together and stand in solidarity.
After bravely beating off the attacker, the 76-year-old woman donated over $900,000 she raised in donations to help fight against Asian hate in America.

We should speak up instead of standing by.
We must join hands to end the discrimination.

Language study
1.吸引大量关注        draw much attention
2.紧随···而来            in the wake of
3.和去年相比            compared to the previous year
4.使···恶化            add fuel to
5.针对亚裔的暴力        anti-Asian violence
6.好几代人            for generations
7.被猛烈袭击            be violently attacked
8. 种族欺凌            racial bullying
9. 误导性信息        misleading information
10.毁灭性的            devastating

Write a speech to call on everyone to speak out against hate.

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