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CNN has a complete list people Joe Biden and Kamala Harris meet in Atlanta to discuss violence from Asia and America.
State and community leaders include Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Georgia State Senator Michelle Au; Georgia Senator in Sheikh Rahman State; Representative of the State of Georgia to the State of Marvin Lim; Georgia State Representative in Bee Nguyen State and Georgia Georgia State Representative Sam Park.
Five U.S. lawmakers in the state of AAPI are awaiting the arrival of Biden and Harris at Emory University, where they will share their concerns about the rise in violence and hate crimes targeting Asian Americans. #gapolhttps://t.co/otSab9nh7U
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are scheduled to meet with lawmakers of the Asian-American state of Georgia and other community leaders in Atlanta at 3:35 p.m.
The president and vice president should discuss racist rhetoric and actions against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, which developed during the pandemic, after Covid-19 first appeared in China.
This afternoon, Vice President Harris and I are meeting with Asian American leaders in Atlanta, Georgia. We will discuss ongoing attacks on the community and how we are progressing. It is up to all of us to eradicate racism and hatred not to provide a safe haven in America.