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APABA-DC Anti-Racism and Anti-Hate Crime Resources (as discussed on the July 8, 2020 event "The Legacy of the Vietnamese Fishermen's Association v. The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan")

Professor Thao Ha's Presentation from the Panel: Seadrift Presentation

Resources from the Southern Poverty Law Center:

South Poverty Law Center's "Hate Map"

Each year since 1990, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has published an annual census of hate groups operating within the United States. The number is a barometer, albeit only one, of the level of hate activity in the country. The hate map, which depicts the groups' approximate locations, is the result of a year of monitoring by analysts and researchers and is typically published every January or February. It represents activity by hate groups during the previous year.

SPLC’s 10 Ways to Fight Hate: A Community Response Guide

The SPLC provides helpful and concrete suggestions that describe ten ways to fight hate such as through supporting victims and pressuring leaders.

Other SPLC Resources can be found here.

Resources from Asian Americans Advancing Justice:

Resources for the Asian American Community on Anti-Blackness Racism

A compilation of resources, reading lists, and more on anti-racism and anti-Blackness for the Asian American community.

AAJC’s Hate Incidents Reporting

Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC initially created this website in January 2017 to capture information about the increase in hate incidents that were observed in the lead-up to the 2016 Presidential Election. This website documents hate crimes, harassment, and discrimination experienced by our community. We encourage reporting to this site, and it is accessible in Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. When people submit reports, they are aiding AAJC’s efforts to monitor and push back against hate.  As stated on the website, “By sharing what you experienced or witnessed, you can educate the public, empower others, show service providers where help is needed, and strengthen advocacy efforts for hate crimes response and prevention.”  Additional resources are also available through this site.

Bystander Intervention Trainings

In response to the rise in anti-Asian and Asian American and xenophobic harassment during the COVID-19 pandemic, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC partnered with Hollaback! to develop a series of virtual bystander intervention trainings.  Since launching this training in April, AAJC has trained over 12,000 people.

APABA-DC is an affiliate of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.


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