K-pop group BTS spoke at the White House on the final day of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month to stand against anti-Asian hate crimes.
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The band did not take questions from reporters.
Following the press conference, BTS met with President Joe Biden in the Oval Office to discuss “the need to come together in solidarity, Asian inclusion and representation, and addressing anti-Asian hate crimes and discrimination,” per the White House’s schedule.
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