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Asian-Americans share stories of racism after a New York Times editor was told to 'go back to China'

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. As the group moved down a sidewalk, with a stroller in tow, a woman who was apparently annoyed that the group was taking up a large portion of the sidewalk, lobbed the racially tinged remark at the group.
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