Supporting Our AAPI Community
We stand in solidarity with AAPI communities, condemning bigotry and demanding justice against racist violence. Being neutral in the face of injustice is not an option and we commit to fighting all forms of racism beginning with our own institutional practices and will strive to build an anti-racist culture.
There are opportunities to engage in local efforts in support of AAPI community members. Below is a list of resources to improve our understanding of AAPI history and anti-Asian violence, and opportunities for solidarity.
In peace and solidarity.
Organizations fighting for Asian American rights:
- Oakland Chinatown Coalition (Facebook, Twitter)
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice (Website, Twitter, Facebook).
- AAJC Stand Against Racism Resources
- Stop AAPI Hate (Website, Twitter, Facebook)
- National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (Website, Twitter, Facebook)
- 18 Million Rising (Website, Twitter, Facebook)
- APIA Vote (Website, Twitter, Facebook)
- APIA Health Forum (Website, Twitter, Facebook)
- National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (Website, Twitter, Facebook)
- The AAPI Emergency Response Network (ERN), born out of a collaboration between the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) and other non-profit groups, is a compilation of resources on health, hate incidents, small business, and more specifically for the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice: https://www.advancingjustice-aajc.org/covid19
- Equal Rights Advocates
- American Racial Justice Toolkit
- What you can do about anti-Asian violence
- A Tense Lunar New Year for the Bay Area After Attacks on Asian-Americans
- History of racism against Asian-Americans in the US
- Memorandum Condemning and Combating Racism, Xenophobia, and Intolerance Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States