In a special AAPI Heritage Month blog, an ACLU-DC staff member writes about using food to express her identity during the COVID-19 pandemic and rise in Anti-Asian hate.
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On May 3, 4, and 5, 1971, more than 13,000 people were arrested in Washington, D.C.—the largest mass arrest in U.S. history. We're reflecting on the ACLU-DC's role in protecting some of the arrestees.
As we observe President Biden’s first 100 days, we have a suggestion that would go a long way towards addressing systemic racism in D.C.’s criminal justice system. And it doesn’t even require an act of Congress.