As we reel from the March 16th Atlanta shootings, we’re reminded that anti-Asian racism continues to rise in the U.S. In fact, the Stop AAPI Hate coalition reported that they have received at least 3,795* complaints of racism and discrimination from Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders since last year.
Now is the time to come together to #StopAsianHate. In the spirit of self-education and reflection, Red Door’s own Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee has compiled a list of educational resources and ways to support the AAPI community.
The History of Anti-Asian Racism in America
The Long, Ugly History of Anti-Asian Racism and Violence in the U.S.
The Atlanta Shootings Fit into a Long Legacy of Anti-Asian Violence in America
Anti-Asian Rhetoric, Hate Crimes & Hate Incidents: A Brief History
Anti-Asian Racism and Medical Scapegoating is Not New
Events from the Past Year
A Tense Lunar New Year for the Bay Area After Attacks on Asian-Americans
Asian Americans Reported Being Targeted at Least 500 Times in the Last Two Months
So You Want to Talk About Hate Crimes Against the Asian Community
Stop AAPI Hate: 3,795 Anti-Asian Hate Incidents Were Reported
Ways to #StopAsianHate
Read about the efforts of Asian Americans to write themselves back into history
Donate in support of Asian communities
Encourage those who experience or witness acts of hate to report those incidents
Share, repost, and act on this action resource plan for Asian Americans and allies
Attend free bystander intervention trainings
Confronting Prejudice: How to Protect Yourself and Help Others
We hope you find this list helpful in learning about Asian-American hate — and how to put a stop to it. We encourage our community to reach out to their AAPI family, friends, and colleagues, to self-educate, to raise awareness, and most importantly, to take action.
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee, Red Door Interactive