By David Pan 

Mukilteo's Asian Americans speak out

Recent violence, microaggressions have community on guard

 

Last updated 4/15/2021 at 4:49pm

David Pan

Residents march in support of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community during the Mukilteo Stands in Solidarity rally. More than 100 people attended the Saturday, April 3, event that featured several Asian American speakers.

Many Asian Americans in Mukilteo are feeling uneasy.

The recent violence directed at the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community across the country is taking its toll.

During Saturday's Mukilteo Stands in Solidarity march and rally, members of the AAPI community shared their fears and hopes for the future.

More than 100 supporters gathered at the Mukilteo Library and marched along Mukilteo Speedway to a parking lot at 84th Street SW, also the site of last summer's Black Lives Matters rally. Kamiak graduate Alex Callaway helped organize the rally to support Asian Americans in Mu...



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