Stop AAPI Hate Resources
National Resources to #StopAAPIHate
Compiled March 17, 2021
1. Report Hate Crimes against Asian Americans
https://stopaapihate.org/ (12 languages)
https://www.standagainsthatred.org/report (5 languages)
Local and other reporting sites: https://movementhub.org/get-help/
2. Assistance with legal and social services through the Stop Hate hotline:
(Asian Americans Advancing Justice partnered with Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and their Stop Hate project)
3. Know your rights
(1) Legal right to be treated fairly and without discrimination: Federal and State laws and government sites to file a complaint (organized by states)
(2) Your rights if you are stopped by police, immigration agents, or the FBI in 14 languages (Resource provided by American Civil Liberties Union).
4. Bystander Intervention training (against harassment)
5. Self-defense and Personal safety training
6. Civic Engagement: Collective justice and shared liberation
7. Culture Surge: an artists and culture makers’ coalition for justice, care and connection.
8. Other action ideas: Host a panel discussion, lead a community safety audit, create a survey for research, create Mud Stencils, hold a Chalk Walk, create a Guerrilla-Style Video about Street Harassment, organize a Protest or March, initiate legislative advocacy, host workshops, host a film screening, host Fund raising
STOP AAPI Hate: https://stopaapihate.org/actnow/
Asian Americans Advancing Justice: https://advancingjustice-aajc.org
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta: https://www.advancingjustice-atlanta.org/
AAPI Civic Engagement Fund: https://movementhub.org/donate/
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum – Georgia: https://www.napawf.org/chapters/georgia
American Civil Liberties Union https://www.aclu.org/
10. Share resources with others
11. Asian American Discrimination and Substance Abuse
A resource to help individuals better understand how systemic racism is prevalent in substance abuse and addiction recovery. It discusses how outdated policies have created an unfair environment for people of color and proposes potential solutions for the future.
12. Managing Financial Challenges for Asians & Pacific Islanders
As such a diverse group, the Asian American and Pacific Islander community encompasses many different nationalities and cultures. It’s no different when finances come into play. The community can be seen at both ends of the economic spectrum, earning more and less than other demographics.