‘THEY CAN’T BURN US ALL’ ANTI-RACISM RALLY IN SAN FRANCISCO

‘THEY CAN’T BURN US ALL’ ANTI-RACISM RALLY IN SAN FRANCISCO

On Saturday September 26th, our team participated with the organization ‘They Can’t Burn us All’ at their rally in San Francisco Calif. The movement’s mission is to fight against hate crimes and racism towards the Asian communities across the United States.

The march was organized and led by ‘Asians with Attitudes' with the help of local rapper China Mac and actor Will Lex Ham. The march started from the steps of San Francisco’s City Hall and ended at the Portsmouth Square in the heart of Chinatown. The STIIIZY team was proud to be out at the event supporting the cause and our fellow team members who felt personally close to the event as a whole.

San Francisco is home to one of the largest Asian-American communities in the West Coast — one of which has suffered during the pandemic due to less business and racial-inspired attacks. The title of the movement alone stems from a heart-breaking story of a 89-year-old woman who was attacked and then set on fire.

For more information on ways to support this movement, click here.