After the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philanto Castile last week, the online Asian American community pooled their efforts to pen a letter explaining Black Lives Matter to their immigrant family members. The letter became so popular that the open Google Doc became inaccessible at times due to high traffic volume, with hundreds of contributors helping to edit and translate the message. Since last Thursday, when the project began, the letter has been translated to more than 15 different Asian languages. The project has also been adapted to address immigrant communities as a whole, with Spanish, German, and French translations…

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