Jamie Chung, ‘Stop Asian Hate’ at 2021 SAG Awards

Jamie Chung Makes a Statement at the 2021 SAG Awards with her ‘Stop Asian Hate’ Wallet.

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Jamie Chung is offering a genuine expression through her style.

The Lovecraft Country entertainer, 37, had a monochromatic design second at the 2021 SAG Awards on Sunday, wearing a red off-the-shoulder Oscar de la Renta midi dress and ribbon up heels.

Maybe the most attractive piece of her troupe, nonetheless, was an organizing, custom Edie Parker grip she conveyed including the words, “STOP ASIAN HATE,” in gold composition.

Lovecraft Country is up for two honors on Sunday: remarkable execution by a group in a dramatization arrangement and extraordinary trick outfit in a parody or show arrangement. Chung, who is Korean American, opened up to PEOPLE a month ago about the ascent in disdain violations against Asian Americans, saying to some extent, “It’s rankling in light of the fact that separation is the same old thing for Asian Americans.”

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“I think just presently individuals are getting mindful of how awful it’s gotten and it’s disillusioning that more news sources aren’t sharing these accounts,” she added.

The Real World alum proceeded to take note of that her “local area has gotten to a greater extent an objective and individuals are kicking the bucket. It’s horrendously alarming, yet there are numerous Asian activists, partners and associations that are accomplishing extraordinary work to help battle against Asian disdain.”

“We would all be able to do our part to help teach and backer for one another. We can’t ease up until we see genuine foundational change for all networks of shading,” Chung said.

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Chung’s assertion making extra comes in the midst of an ascent in savagery against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, including the March 16 shootings at three Atlanta-region spas that executed eight individuals, six of whom were Asian ladies.

A new report from the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, tracked down that enemy of Asian disdain wrongdoings expanded 150% in 2020 in America’s 16 biggest urban areas, regardless of generally disdain violations dropping 7% in those urban areas.