Standing in Solidarity with the AAPI Community
As our nation continues its struggle with the pain of racism and murder, we are saddened and angered by the rise in intolerance, bigotry, violence, and hate crimes towards the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community during the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognize that the tragedy in Atlanta weighs heavily on the minds and bodies of many of us, and stand alongside the AAPI community in Atlanta, in North Carolina, and in the rest of the country.
Resources for Resilience™ will carry on in our efforts to prevent and mitigate the effects of toxic stress and adversity in our world through connection. For those seeking ways to join us in our efforts, please consider adding your name to our mailing list to receive information about upcoming opportunities to connect, including our Listening Circles for Communities of Color and their allies that will take place in the coming weeks. We must all work to stop AAPI hate.
Those who are interested can learn more about anti-AAPI racism from the resources below:
- Let’s Talk About It: Bias and Coronavirus
- Preparing to Discuss Xenophobia, Race, and anti-AAPI Violence in the Classroom
- Protocol for Processing Recent Racial Incidents and Articles
- Being anti-racist also includes acknowledging the Asian-American experience
- Responding to Anti-Asian Violence and Georgia Shootings
- Lesson of the Day: A Rise in Attacks on Asian-Americans
- Addressing Anti-Asian Racism with Students
- The long history of racism against Asian Americans in the U.S.
- Asian American Racial Justice Toolkit
- How You Can Support Asian American Communities Right Now