White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre holds a briefing with reporters — 5/31/22
White Home Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre holds a press briefing with reporters on Tuesday.
On the final day of the Asian American and Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Jean-Pierre welcomes South Korean pop phenomenon BTS as youth ambassadors to advertise a message of respect and positivity.
After the briefing, BTS plans to hitch President Joe Biden to debate Asian inclusion and deal with anti-hate crimes and intolerance.
Earlier this month, President Biden signed the Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act, which goals to curb the spike in hate crimes towards Asian People in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
The laws would instruct the Justice Division to expedite evaluate of hate crimes associated to Covid-19, and provides native legislation enforcement extra sources to trace violence.
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White Home press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre holds a briefing with reporters — 5/31/22