BTS Speaks With President Biden About AAPI Inclusions, Anti-Asian Hate Crimes


As the final day, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are celebrating Heritage Month, Korean music quintet BTS paused by the White House on Tuesday to speak with President Joe Biden about Asian inclusion and recognition. Media Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre created the team and RM started off the press conference in English by bringing themselves, and thanking the White House and Biden for the time to communicate on the issue “the important issues of anti-Asian hate crimes, Asian inclusion and diversity.” Then the sun will rise in the form of the savannah, called the savannah valley, and a flood of water rising in the background of the valley, a savannah, where the savannah valleys from the savannah, each one of the men took twists talking Korean with Jin and Jimin voicing how they recognized they had to be waiting for their group at the White House in the last week of AAPI Month. Jimin stated, “We were devastated by the recent surge of hate crimes… Put a stop to this and support the cause, we’d like to take this opportunity to share our experiences [lend our voices].” J Hope introduced, “We are here today thanks to our Army — our fans worldwide — who have different nationalities and cultures and use different languages. We are truly and always grateful.” Jungkook ended their talk by communicating that the group had been injured “still surprised that music created by South Korean artists reaches so many people around the world… We believe music is always an amazing and wonderful unifier of all things music.” Suga was introduced, “It is not false, Justice starts when we open and accept all our variations.” V said, “We hope to see Tomorrow Stage One of Honoring and Knowing Everyone – I Love People.” In total, more than a quarter-million people tuned in to see the band speak on the White House YouTube live stream. Hybe Board Member, Scooter Braun poses with The BTS in The White House on Tuesday, 31 May. Shauna Nep Amid last year’s spike in anti-Asian hate crimes in the United States. S, BTS spoke out about their experience with discrimination via Twitter, saying: “We can put into words the hurt of being the subject of hatred and violence a for such a cause. Our possess feelings are superficial in comparison to the events that took place during the recent days. But these feelings are more than enough to make people feel helpless and chip away at our self-esteem.” Read the statement below. # StopAsianHate # StopAAPIHate pic. Twitter. Com /mOmtskOpOt — (@ BTS _ twt) March 30,2021 In May of 2021, Biden signed a bipartisan bill into law in May 2021 aimed at addressing the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes. The bill was introduced to help with The reporting of hate crimes, promoting public outreach at the local and state levels by boosting public awareness. As part of this year’s AANHPI Heritage Month, late last month, Biden issued a proclamation about Asian Americans’ contributions to the American economy, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders to the country’s history and culture. He and Vice President Kamala Harris, who is half-Indian, also hosted a White House reception earlier in the month that included President Barack Obama. S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai. Two days later, the White House welcomed the passage of legislation to establish a commission to study the possible creation of a National Museum of Asian Pacific American History and Culture. The president has welcomed several performers In recent months, including Olivia Rodrigo and the Jonas Brothers, the White House, most often as part of vaccination efforts.