Asian-Americans confront mental health crisis amid rise in racist attacks

//Asian-Americans confront mental health crisis amid rise in racist attacks

Asian-Americans confront mental health crisis amid rise in racist attacks

Eric Yung and his aunt, Patricia Lee, have seen a lot from their vantage point at Union Square Flowers, the stand they run just off Market Street in San Francisco. But last month, when the two saw a man rush by with a large knife in his grip, they knew there was going to be trouble.Within moments, two Asian-American women, one in her 80s and another in her 60s, were stabbed – neither fatally – at a bus stop near their outdoor shop. And while authorities said there wasn’t enough evidence to…

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