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Sandra Oh to narrate a PBS document on hate against Asia (TV news report)



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Sandra Oh is set to narrate the upcoming PBS documentary “Rising Against Asian Hate: One Day in March,” which is set to premiere on October 17.

“Rising Against Asian Hate” explores the fight against anti-Asian hate in the wake of the 2021 Atlanta resort shooting that killed eight people, six of whom were women of Asian descent. The documentary features interviews with former Georgia Representative Stacey Abrams, Representative Grace Meng, Georgia Senator Michelle O, Georgia Representative B Nguyen, Georgia Representative Samuel Park, and Byung J. The plaintiff and US legislator, among others, asserted.

“With this documentary, we hope to examine this disturbing escalation of racism against the AAPI community, respect the lives lost and affected by violence, and advocate for those who come together to fight hate,” said executive producer Jenna Kim. statement.

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