NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — All across the city people have been coming together, holding rallies to show their support for the Asian community. There was a massive show of support outside Brooklyn Borough Hall on Sunday. City leaders and people from all walks of life, all races and religions joined in a mission to stop the discrimination and violence against the Asian community, CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reported. "There are many other people who are still staying silent. We're gonna make sure they speak up as well. No more hate!" state Sen. John Liu said. READ MORE : Calls To End Anti-Asian Violence Continue As NYPD Investigates Multiple Attacks Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams comforted Shaoshing Chan of Bensonhurst, as Asian community advocates shared the story of her truck driver husband, Chak Keung Chan. On March 2, he was severely beaten and left for dead, while making a delivery in Syracuse. He remains unconscious in critical condition. Police are still investigating, but have not declared it a hate crime. "When people mug someone, a truck driver, for money, you hit him once or twice and do not beat them half to death. That is, those injuries are consistent with a bias… Read full this story
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