Anti-racism activists in New York have risen up to rally against white supremacy as they demand justice for a Filipino-American man who was viciously slashed with a box cutter on the subway. Never mind that the attacker was black.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at New York's Washington Square Park on Saturday afternoon and marched through parts of Manhattan, chanting, Whose streets? Our streets. The marchers congregated in front of the iconic Macy's store on 34th Street. One carried a sign declaring, White nationalism is the virus.