- Some congressional lawmakers are calling for more action on anti-hate bills.
- Experts said that while racial attacks aren’t new in the United States, there’s been a rise in hate sentiments.
- The Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act that would set up domestic terrorism offices within various government agencies remains stalled in the Senate.
WASHINGTON – For Rep. Judy Chu, the recent shooting of 10 Black shoppers in Buffalo, New York, caused a flashback to last year when eight people, six of them Asian women, were killed in the Atlanta area.
Chu was not only saddened, but frustrated that Congress hasn’t done enough to address the attacks against people of color.