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Stop Asian hate rally in Ellicott City | PHOTOS

Bill Wang, 16, right, and others place electric candles in a heart shape to commemorate the victims of the Atlanta shooting last Tuesday. At least 50 people rallied in a candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America" in the wake of the killing of eight people, six of which are of Asian descent.
(Kenneth K. Lam)

Stop Asian hate rally in Ellicott City | PHOTOS

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At least 50 people attended a rally in Ellicott City and candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America" on Sunday, March 23, 2021.
Rally & candlelight vigil
Bill Wang, 16, right, and others place electric candles in a heart shape to commemorate the victims of the Atlanta shooting last Tuesday. At least 50 people rallied in a candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America" in the wake of the killing of eight people, six of which are of Asian descent.
Bill Wang, 16, right, and others place electric candles in a heart shape to commemorate the victims of the Atlanta shooting last Tuesday. At least 50 people rallied in a candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America" in the wake of the killing of eight people, six of which are of Asian descent. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Rally & candlelight vigil
Young People place electric candles in a heart shape to commemorate the victims of the Atlanta shooting last Tuesday.
Young People place electric candles in a heart shape to commemorate the victims of the Atlanta shooting last Tuesday. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Rally & candlelight vigil
At least 50 people stand for the singing of the National Anthem during a candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America" in the wake of the killing of eight people, six of which are of Asian descent in Atlanta last Tuesday.
At least 50 people stand for the singing of the National Anthem during a candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America" in the wake of the killing of eight people, six of which are of Asian descent in Atlanta last Tuesday. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Rally & candlelight vigil
At least 50 people rallied in a candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America."
At least 50 people rallied in a candlelight vigil for "Hate Free America." (Kenneth K. Lam)
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