Black API Solidarity

Solidarity Movements Hope to Bridge Divide Between Black and Asian Communities

Examples of solidarity between the Black and Asian communities in the U.S. date back to the 19th century. And tensions between the two groups also stretch back generations. LX News host Jobeth Devera recounts the history of this complicated relationship and talks to Catherine Ceniza Choy, an ethnic studies professor from UC Berkeley, about what comes next for the solidarity movement.