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Black Lives Matter: What Do Koreans Really Think About BLM Protests? [VIDEO]



Video by Kim Bo-kyung, Yun Da-been, Sim Hae-ree

The Black Lives Matter movement sparked by the police killing of African-American George Floyd have been spreading worldwide over the past few weeks.

And for Asians, racial discrimination is nothing new.

Amid the protests, Asian businesses in many cities across the US have been struck by looters and vandals which led Asians to stage their own campaign against racism.

So this time, we went out to the streets to listen to what Koreans think about the ongoing protests from an Asian perspective.




Video by Kim Bo-kyung, Yun Da-been, Sim Hae-ree

The Black Lives Matter movement sparked by the police killing of African-American George Floyd have been spreading worldwide over the past few weeks.

And for Asians, racial discrimination is nothing new.

Amid the protests, Asian businesses in many cities across the US have been struck by looters and vandals which led Asians to stage their own campaign against racism.

So this time, we went out to the streets to listen to what Koreans think about the ongoing protests from an Asian perspective.



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