After a Chinese-American editor at the New York Times shared the story of a racist encounter Sunday, the Asian-American community has refused to stay silent.
The Twittersphere is standing in solidarity with Michael Luo, who was out with family and friends on New York City’s Upper East Side when a woman shouted at him, “go back to China... go back to your f?-ing country.
"i get asked all the time, 'where are you from?' 'california' 'no, where are you FROM from' this happened today in nyc" #thisis2016 [ more › ]
The Times's deputy Metro editor, Michael Luo, wrote an open letter to the woman who told him to “go back to China.” Asian-Americans responded with stories of their own racist moments.
A New York Times editor was told to "go back to China" when walking down the sidewalk on New York City's Upper East Side. Micheal Luo, an Asian-American journalist, was with his family and friends on Sunday after having left church....
Last week, Times editor Michael Luo wrote an open letter to the woman who told him to “go back to China.” Why did the letter resonate with so many? Join us for a chat about race.