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Stopping AAPI Hate: Resources

As the spread of COVID-19 and tense China-America relations amp up xenophobia and Sinophobia, we have compiled the following list of resources that respond to recent hate incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) covered in the media, as well as community organizations for AAPI that you can support. A great actionable is choosing at least three of these phenomenal organizations to donate to, and maybe even volunteer at one! Even a small donation helps.

We also want to note that anti-AAPI hate and violence do not happen in a vacuum. Rather, they are results of the white supremacist, imperialist, and capitalist systems that have harmed—and continues to harm—Black, Indigenous, Latinx, queer, and other communities that are targeted by white supremacist violence. Anti-AAPI racism not only manifests in the form of hate incidents, but is also visible as Chinatowns across the world lose the important business and tourism that sustains them as racism and xenophobia arose during the pandemic.

Fighting anti-AAPI racism also means working toward abolition, decolonization, and anti-capitalism—forms of violence that affect all marginalized groups.

If you have any resources to add, email us, tweet us, or DM us on Instagram or Facebook.

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General U.S.A.

Reporting Hate Incidents

Pro Bono Legal Resources

Educational Resources


Donate Directly to Victims' Families & Survivors

Community Organizations

AAPI Women

Organizations for Asian Women in the Sex Trade

Resources for Fighting Gender-Based Violence

AAPI Feminist & Queer Organizations

San Francisco/Oakland/Bay Area

Chinatown Safety Initiatives

Community Organizations

Los Angeles

Resources for Hate Incidents

Community Organizations

Outreach & Educational Resources


Community Organizations

Abolitionist Organizations

New York City

Save Chinatown Initiatives

Community Organizations


Resources for Hate Incidents

  • Bystander Intervention Trainings by AAJC-Chicago: in this hour of interactive online training, learn how to prioritize your own safety and intervene the next time you witness anti-Asian harrassment

  • CBCAC Hotline - (312) 761-9738: “If you have been impacted by COVID-19 and need help with income, medical, and any other services, we can direct you.”


Resources for Hate Incidents

Thursday, April 15, 12:00 PM: Register here

Thursday, May 20, 12:00 PM: Register here

Abolitionist Organizations

Austin-Based Organizations

Houston-Based Organizations

New Orleans

Community Organizations


Reporting Hate Incidents

Educational Resources

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