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Anti-Racism Resources: Organizations, Mental Health Resources and Tools


“White feelings should never be held in higher regard than black lives.”
— Rachel Cargle

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Websites


  1. Learn about the history of Asian American discrimination. While the Atlanta shootings represented the peak of more than a year of increased reports of anti-Asian harassment and discrimination, the tragedy was also part of a more than 150-year-old history of anti-Asian racism and violence in the U.S. TIME selected key moments from Asian American history everybody should know.

  2. Offer support and empower your Asian colleagues. One key point: Don't ask "How are you feeling?" or "Is there anything I can do for you?" as this puts the onus on them. Consultant and author Kim Tran suggests saying something more like: "I know the news is stressful. Can I help you with anything workwise?"

  3. Consider taking part in a training about hate. Hollaback!, a global anti-harassment organization provides free online training sessions on how to exercise bystander intervention tactics in response to stop anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment: Hollaback! Free Bystander Intervention Training (ihollaback.org)

  4. Speak up against coronavirus racism. How to Respond to Coronavirus Racism | Learning for Justice

  5. Be an active ally and give back. Donate to Victim memorial funds, community-restoration organizations and community-enrichment organizations: Where To Donate To Help Asian Communities 2021 | The Strategist | New York Magazine (nymag.com)

  6. A guide to combating anti-Asian racism — from relationships to the workplace (nbcnews.com)

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