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Daniel Dae Kim speaks out on the rise of anti-Asian violence in the US

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Actor Daniel Dae Kim gets choked up as he speaks with TODAY about the recent incidents of violence against Asian Americans, which have been on the rise since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. He calls on all Americans to use their voice in stopping anti-Asian hate crimes saying, "It's not an Asian American issue, it's a human issue."