This short slideshow documents the history of hate against Asian American and Pacific Islanders from 1882 to present. Created by Museum of Chinese in America. March 17, 2021.
The article outlines the history of Asian exclusion. By Mae Ngai, Asian American Studies and History Professor at Columbia University. April 21, 2021.
The rise of violence, harassment amid pandemic is part of the continuing tale of racism in U.S. which has a long history of bigotry against Asian Americans. The Harvard Gazette, March 24, 2021.
Conversations with Asian American community leaders combating racism while serving on the front lines. Community leaders share their first-hand experience with historians from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History who connect these experiences to the past. May 18-21, 2020.
Part of the series "Exploring Hate: Antisemitism, Racism and Extremism." For many Asian Americans, the recent violence highlights a long history of feeling invisible. PBS NewsHour, April 4, 2021.
An in-depth conversation with Eugene Lee Yang and guests on the complex, often untold story of the Asian American community and the unique struggles they face. March 24, 2021.
Reports on issues such as what is happening in the U.S., the kinds of discrimination being reported, the situation in California, the reaction and why this is happening. BBC New, April 2, 2021.
Words matter. How COVID-19 pandemic is being "racialized'. USA Today, March 18, 2021.
A report on why there are far more people who have not reported incidents than those who have. Underreporting is due to a combination of several factors, ranging from language and cultural barriers to a lack of of trust in law enforcement. NPR, March 11, 2021
By Russell Jeung Ph.D., Aggie Yellow Horse, Ph.D., Tara Popovic, and Richard Lim. The report covers the 3,795 incidents received by the Stop AAPI Hate reporting center between 3/19/20 and 2/28/21. Although the number of hate incidents reported represent only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occur, it does show how vulnerable Asian Americans are to discrimination, and the types of discrimination they face.
"The FBI assesses hate crime incidents against Asian Americans likely will surge across the United States, due to the spread of coronavirus disease … endangering Asian American communities," according to the intelligence report, which was compiled by the FBI’s Houston office and distributed to local law enforcement agencies across the country. ABC News, March 27, 2020.
Stories from Asian and Pacific American students that deal with the model minority stereotype everyday. A USC Pacific Asian Museum's online exhibit.
"Experts believe that the model minority myth has hidden anti-Asian racism for far too long." NBC News, March 20, 2021.
Arizona State University (ASU) students and professors share their stories on "Positive" stereotypes.
The Bystander Invention training teaches bystanders how to safely step in during confrontations and attacks. The Responding to Harassment training teaches you how to take care of yourself when you experience harassment. Offered by Hollaback! and Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC.
What you can do to stop acts of hate towards Asian American and Pacific Islander communities including safety tips, incident reporting, be informed about what is happening and more. From Stop AAPI Hate reporting center.
A four-step process for speaking up against bias. Let people know you’re not OK with racist or xenophobic comments about coronavirus or anything else. From Learning For Justice.
The article tells what advocates say you can do to stop anti-Asian racism and support the Asian community right now. By Jennifer Liu, CNBC Make It.
SF Peace Collective, a group of local volunteers, patrols the streets of Chinatown amid a rising number of discriminatory acts against Asian Americans since the coronavirus outbreak.
Compassion in Oakland recruits volunteers to walk the streets in Oakland Chinatown and escort people form point A to point B.
13-year-old youth activist Ashlyn So rallied hundreds of people in the Bay Area to denounce anti-Asian hate.