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–There was a big rally at Columbus Park in Chinatown today to show unity against attacks on New York’s Asian community. [1010 WINS]

–The NYPD has stepped up its counter-terror presence in Chinatown and other Asian enclaves in the city after the Atlanta shootings. [Channel 4]

–Asian owned businesses struggle to deal with fear and anxiety as hate crimes and violence escalate. [Eater]

–A profile of Leland Yu who is supporting his Chinatown community through running. [Runner’s World]

–A former city bureaucrat, Ricardo Morales, claims he was fired for raising questions about the de Blasio administration’s shenanigans around Rivington House. But a federal judge tossed his wrongful termination lawsuit. [Daily News]

–New York County Supreme Court Judge Shlomo Hagler is giving notorious landlord Steve Croman more time to pay $2 million he still owes tenants. [The Real Deal]

–The new documentary, “Wojnarowicz” is “an electrifying movie experience… a riveting recollection of an artistic eruption amid the crumbling ruins of New York City’s Lower East Side in the late 1970s..” [WBUR]

–A tribute to 52 restaurants that closed during the pandemic, including some on the Lower East Side. [Eater]

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