Sandra Oh is joining the fight against anti-Asian racism in America.

The Canadian actress spoke out on the issue of bigotry during a “Stop Asian Hate” protest in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighbourhood on Saturday. 

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“Pittsburgh, I am so happy and proud to be here with you, and thank you to all the organizers for organizing this just to give us an opportunity to be together and to stand together and to feel each other,” said Oh, while making a surprise appearance at the event. 

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The “Killing Eve” star continued, “For many of us in our community, this is the first time we are even able to voice our fear and our anger, and I really am so grateful to everyone willing to listen.”

After speaking on the megaphone for around two minutes, Oh then led the crowd in a chant of “I am proud to be Asian. I belong here.”

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The Golden Globe-winner is in Pittsburgh filming a new Netflix series called “The Chair”.

Oh’s “Grey’s Anatomy” co-star, Ellen Pompeo, later took to Twitter to show her support.

“You belong here,” she wrote, while re-sharing a video taken during the rally.

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