Queens College “We Belong Here: Queens Rises Against Hate”

Queens College President Frank H. Wu (above) speaks at an anti-hate rally
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Photos: Queens College Psychology Professor Jin Fan

Queens College President Frank H. Wu (above) speaks at an anti-hate rally denouncing the rising racism against the Asian community to kickoff Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

Queens College President Frank H. Wu, college faculty, students, and staff joined Borough President Donovan Richards, Congressmember Grace Meng, and New York Attorney General Letitia James, among other elected officials and members of the local community, at the rally and march, “We Belong Here: Queens Rises Against Hate,” on Sunday, May 2.

QC students distributed yellow whistles to everyone, to be used in the event of any bias incident. The yellow whistles have the motto “We belong” on them and are part of a national project with nonprofit organizations.

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