Noriko Nasu is photographed with her dogs Chico, 12, left, and Goro, 15 months, right, at a Seattle park on May 4, 2021. The victim of a violent attack in the Chinatown International District in February, Nasu is speaking out against anti-Asian violence. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)
Noriko Nasu is photographed with her dogs Chico, 12, left, and Goro, 15 months, right, at a Seattle park on May 4, 2021. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)
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Noriko Nasu is speaking out against anti-Asian hate crimes after a violent, unprovoked attack in Seattle

Noriko Nasu was knocked unconscious when a man attacked her in the Chinatown International District in February. Since then, she’s started the recovery process and has been touched by the support from her community. She wants to use her platform to advocate for systemic change. Updated

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