EDMONDS, Wash. — Hundreds gathered in Bellevue Saturday afternoon for a ‘Unite Against Hate’ rally and march against anti-Asian violence and remember the victims killed in the Atlanta, Georgia attack. A similar rally is scheduled for Sunday afternoon in Edmonds.
People marched through Bellevue’s Downtown Park carrying signs that read “Stop Asian Hate.” Bellevue City council members, the police chief and community members spoke during the rally.
“I think that this is about calling out the things that have been happening in our country, for so many years, so that we can actually start to recognize it, call it out and unite. Because really, racism is
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