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Anti-Asian/Asian American history in the United States: Current news, current voices, resources

This is a guide in response to current and past instances of anti-Asian activity in the United States. This guide is a work in progress.

Asian history and contribution to the United States

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience (Seattle)

Recent news and responses

Intervention training from Hollaback! and AAJC

Organizations across the United States offer help, resources

Reporting and interrupting anti-AAPI violence (and others)

From TCC faculty member, Professor Sandra Galta: 

Now is the time for deep, unrelenting, and principled inter-community solidarity:

  • Acknowledge, amplify, and denounce the ongoing anti-Asian hate crimes.

  • Interrupt anti-Asian racism and anti-Black racism, including the rhetoric that has arisen

    in response.

  • Interrupt the active and persistent erasure of Black and Asian solidarity work.

  • Recognize that anti-racism is irrevocably contingent on the liberation of all oppressed

    communities.

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