Asian Americans Are Raising Their Voices After Lifetimes of Feeling ‘Unseen and Unheard'

In the wake of the Atlanta-area shootings that killed six Asian women last week, many Asian Americans across the country are coming to terms with the covert, and sometimes overt, racism they've experienced over a lifetime. NBCLX contributor Michelle Park spoke to fellow Asian Americans about the pain they’ve experienced over the past year — and why staying silent is no longer an option.