As University of Connecticut School of Law student Emily Covey prepares to graduate this spring and start her career in the Boston office of Hinckley, Allen & Snyder, she’s also well aware of both subtle and outright aggression directed toward Asian Americans since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Study after study bears out what Covey has experienced walking down the street, in her apartment building and even in a parking lot: Asian Americans have a target on their back because the coronavirus pandemic originated in China.

DATA: Anti-Asian Hate Crime Reported to Police in America’s Largest Cities: 2019 & 2020

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