Most of the flyers pushed the false claim that "every single aspect of the COVID agenda is Jewish," local media outlets reported.
Police say the woman allegedly attacked a customer and told a manager to "'go back to your country,'" and that she would have him "'deported.'"
The survey's results come a week after 10 Black people were fatally shot by a white teen in a mass shooting at a Buffalo, New York, grocery store.
A disconnect between federal policy and community needs are at odds with Asian American safety concerns.
Payton Gendron, of Conklin, New York, was arraigned on a murder charge hours after a massacre at a supermarket in Buffalo.
The extra security is "out of an abundance of caution," an NYPD spokesman told Newsweek on Saturday.
Members of the community are upset that the Dallas Police Department was so quick to rule out the shooting as a hate crime.
Johnny Young yells "vulgar and explicit" phrases at the women and douses some with pepper spray, police in California reported Thursday.
Experts are encouraging AAPI women to embrace mental health resources amid rising concerns about the coronavirus pandemic's lasting impacts.
The woman called the employee the N-word several times after being told the store was out of Crazy Bread.
The three family members have been accused in an alleged beating last summer that left a man "permanently blinded," prosecutors said.
"This kind of stuff does still happen, and this time it happened right in your own backyard," said James Grant Wilson.
The lawsuit will center around a specific comment made by Jussie Smollett's attorney Tina Glandian during a 2019 television appearance.
A former career federal prosecutor told Newsweek that the appeals court ruling could be used by defense attorneys in the future.
Tammel Esco was arrested on charges of attempted murder and assault after he allegedly beat an Asian woman.
"I'm racist. I'm proud of what I say," the man said during his rant.
In connection to the investigation, one student has also been charged with possession of a handgun.
Reprimanding Jussie Smollett for more than 40 minutes, Judge James Linn told the actor that he had turned his own life "upside down" through his "shenanigans."
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are among public figures whose tweets of support for Smollett remain on Twitter, even after the actor was sentenced to jail.
"Empire" star Jussie Smollett has been sentenced to 150 days behind bars after he was found guilty of staging a hate crime on the streets of Chicago in 2019.
Upon finding out he would spend 150 days in jail, the 'Empire' actor screamed "I am innocent. I could have said I am guilty a long time ago."
The entourage didn't appear to stop even after a man with a camera is on the ground. Smollett expects to hear his sentence today.
"This individual should not be out on the streets...and his release shows the scope of changes that we need to make...," said NYC Mayor Eric Adams.
Steven Zajonc's arrest comes after a string of high-profile killings of Asian women in New York City.
Andrew S. Clyde, Thomas Massie and Chip Roy were the only lawmakers to vote no on passing the Emmett Till Antilynching Act on Monday.
"[Th]ere is no circumstance in which it could reasonably be considered innocent or appropriate," said Seattle Fire Department Chief Harrold Scoggins.
As the pandemic was taking hold, the man singled out a family that was shopping and attacked them with a knife believing them to be Chinese.
McMichael allegedly used racial slurs online and said he was glad he wasn't Black, an FBI intelligence analyst testified at his hate crime trial.