Morgan Ome, assistant editor of The Atlantic, interviews author Cathy Park Hong, “Minor Feelings: As Asian American Reckoning”, in this article saying “this time it feels different’. The paperback reprint is from One World (March 2, 2021, 224 pages).
Yes, after four years of Trump, and the international politics of COVID.
But before, Hong writes, there was often competition among different minorities, especially in Los Angeles, as they settled different neighborhoods and developed enclaves of business. Today the idea of expected “allyship” seems to have spread.