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Asian American women report 2.3 times as many hate incidents as Asian American men
By Caroline Kitchener
First-person // Perspective
As an Asian American woman, it makes me wonder what the articles would say about me
By Christine Liwag Dixon
The news brought to mind the men who have seen my Asian face, my Asian body, as something to conquer
By Jezz Chung
Part of the problem is varying approaches throughout the country
By Soo Youn
Hannah McKay’s photos captured the emotional gathering — and sparked calls for police accountability
By Lena Felton
‘The numbers are stark,’ one expert said
By Anne Branigin
Gender disparities appeared for young people between the ages of 15 and 24
The shootings spurred concern among advocates and police that the killings could be the latest in a surge of hate crimes against Asian Americans.
By Paulina Firozi, Mark Berman, Meryl Kornfield, Timothy Bella, Keith McMillan and Hannah Knowles
At 15, Chloe Clark’s identity has become a political flashpoint, questioned by those who have never met her or her parents.
By Samantha Schmidt
Some of these women have familiar names. Others have made a difference away from the limelight. Each one has a story to celebrate.
By Washington Post Staff