DC Rally @ National Mall, 4 PM ET

Perry Yung – Actor
KHA – Singer
Brad Jenkins – Producer
Regina Aquino – Actor
Lee Wong – US Army (Ret.)
Irvin Kalugdan – Educator
Natalie Randolph – Educator
Rina Shah – Political Strategist
Alfred Lam – Singer
Nancy Keller – Thought Leader
Jay B – Activist
Christine Chen – APIAVote
Kara Stephan – Youth Activist
Dusty Rose – Singer
Tatum Francois – Singer


Perry Yung – Actor and musician originally from Oakland, CA, who is best recognized as “Father Jun” from HBO Max’s Bruce Lee Series “Warrior”, Keynote Address

Brad Jenkins – Senior Advisor to The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), Co-Founder of RunAAPI, Head of Production at Phenomenal Media in partnership with Meena Harris, former Executive Producer for Will Ferrell’s “Funny or Die,” and former Associate Director for President Obama’s Office of Public Engagement.

Regina Aquino – First Filipino American actress to win a Helen Hayes Award

Lee Wong – West Chester Township Trustee President, US Army Veteran

Irvin Sayoc Kalugdan – Board certified music therapist and educator, Grammy award winner, and FCPS faculty sponsor to the Mount Vernon High School AAPI Club, Master of Ceremonies

Natalie RandolphDirector of Equity, Justice & Community at Sidwell Friends School

Tim Ma and Kevin Tien, Chefs Stopping AAPI Hate

Christine Chen – Co-Founder and Executive Director of APIAVote

Christina Lu – Director of The Yellow Whistle

Jeremy WuAPA Justice

Rina Shah – Political Strategist & Commentator, Former Capital Hill Senior Aide, and Advisor to the “Renew Democracy Initiative” nonprofit organization

Christina Wong Poy – Administrator Director, Maryland Governor’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, on behalf of First Lady of Maryland, Yumi Hogan

Rizwan Jaka – Chairman of  All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS)

Pastor Michelle Thomas – President at NAACP Loudoun Branch

Ben DeGuzmanDC’s Mayor Office of Community Affairs

David Inoue, Executive Director at Japanese American Citizens League DC

Jay B –Founder of Asian Frontliners, a grassroots group created to protect and patrol the streets of Oakland, CA’s Chinatown

Steve LeeKorean American Association of Greater Washington

Nancy Keller – Creator of “As American As You”

Misuk Park – Organization of Korean American Women, Inc.

Karla Stephan – High school junior activist



KHA – Pop soul singer, songwriter, and DC native who will sing her original song and #StopAsianHate anthem titled “No More”, Featured Soloist

Alfred Lam – Singer and songwriter originally from the DC area who will sing “The Star Spangled Banner”

Dusty Rose – Singer, songwriter, and activist for social change and human rights who will sing “The Times They are a Changin”

Asian American Color Guard

Tatum Francois – 13-year-old soloist singing “Rise Up”

DC’s Different Drummers – LGBTQ+ instrumental ensemble

JMJ Entertainment DMV

May 31, National Mall

National Mall, between 7th and 9th Street, Washington, DC

1:00 – 4:00 PM: Pre-rally entertainment to cap off AAPI Heritage Month and honor Americans soldiers who sacrificed their lives while serving our country.

4:00 – 6:00 PM: Solidarity Against AAPI Hate rally

Our partner, Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote), will be at the rally to help attendees register to vote.

What to Bring to Rally

Bring your “Stop Asian Hate” rally signs and bottles of water.


COVID-19 Protocol

Follow CDC, state, and local guidelines for safe distancing and mask wearing.

How to Get There

Take METRO to the Smithsonian, L’Enfant Plaza, or Federal Center station.

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