Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday called the attack “absolutely disgusting” and urged residents not to just “stand around” watching such assaults.
Boylan — a former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo was the first woman to publicly come forward with allegations of sexual harassment against him — asked New Yorkers to join her in signing up for free workshops hosted by organizations Hollaback! and Asian Americans Advancing Justice.
“The same instinct that causes us to turn away from Asian Americans is the same instinct that causes us to turn away from our other BIPOC siblings, our LGBTQ+ siblings, and women who experience sexual harassment and violence,” she said in a statement.
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