According to ABC news, most of the Chinese American feel unfair about the judgement because they believed that Peter Liang was treated unfairly by the judicial system. ABC news point out that “many of Liang’s supporters say he is being scapegoated because of the anger over other police shootings in New York and across the country” also the protes...
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...cle, gives credit to the protest and encourage Asian-Americans to speak more for themselves.
I have a complex feeling about the protest, I was excited when I first heard about the protest, then my opinion changed as I dug deeper in to the case. I believe that it was a great progress that Asian American can form a protest and can be firmly united. But the purpose of freeing Peter Liang has cooled me down somehow, because this purpose is not just looking for a fair treatment, but a demand of the privilege for Asian Americans to be treated the same as white Americans. I would never expect the answer to be Asian and white when African Americans were asked about “privilege”. I wished that maybe one day, when people were asked about the word “privilege”, all of them can give out the answer of “eliminated”, saying that privilege is no longer in their life and social system.
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