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Asian American Pacific Islander Resources

“I Still Believe in Our City” Posters by Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya

Reporting and Safety Resources

Stop AAPI Hate is a a national coalition documenting and addressing anti-Asian discrimination during the pandemic and its efforts to support Asian American communities. Report hate instances online.

iHollaback! Bystander Intervention Programs training by Asian Americans Advancing Justice and Hollaback! provides information on how to better protect your friends, neighbors and coworkers when you spot xenophobic bias and harassments.

Asian American Advancing Justice (AAAJ) - Donations will help "ensure that low-income, immigrant and underserved Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have access to free legal services and the most effective civil rights advocacy possible."

The Asian American Advocacy Fund (AAF) - With a mission to "advocate for the civil and human rights" of those in the AAPI community, the group has different donation funds aimed at tackling specific issues. AAF also offers volunteer and civil engagement opportunities to drive positive change.

The Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS) - Donations to CPACS help the organization provide "comprehensive health and social services, capacity building, and advocacy" to immigrants, refugees and the underprivileged, especially Asian women, children and families with low incomes.



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