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Americans who are biased against Asians are more likely to fear the coronavirus

LPPI Co-founder Matt Barreto and past LPPI fellow Tyler Reny wrote an article covering the impacts that racist rhetoric, specifically leaders’ anti-Asian and xenophobic rhetoric, amid the Coronavirus pandemic have had on Asian communities and the increase anxieties it has caused.

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LPPI Co-founder Matt Barreto and past LPPI fellow Tyler Reny wrote an article covering the impacts that racist rhetoric, specifically leaders’ anti-Asian and xenophobic rhetoric, amid the Coronavirus pandemic have had on Asian communities and the increase anxieties it has caused.

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