Given the rise in hate crimes targeting the AAPI community, Indiaspora has compiled a list of AAPI institutions that are working in the research, education, advocacy, or political arenas.
If you would like to get involved by volunteering your time or other resources, or would like to stay informed through mailing lists or social media, this list offers a starting point to learn about several of the institutions that are working to support and uplift our AAPI communities.
Please consider sharing with family and friends, and participating in one of their events during AAPI Heritage Month this May!
An AAPI fact sheet from the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Education about “Confronting COVID-19-Related Harassment in Schools / A Resource for Families” released May 2021.
Fact sheets in other languages can be found here (languages listed below)
- (情况说明书 (Sim. Chinese)
- 情況說明書 (Trad. Chinese)
- 한국어 (Korean)
- Tagalog (Tagalog)
- Việt-ngữ (Vietnamese)
How to Protect Your Mental Health While Fighting Racial Injustice: https://
Mental Health Resources for Young People of Color: https://
Mental Health and Wellness Resources for Students of Color: https://psychologydegreeguide.org/resources/mental-health-students-of-color/
Is there an organization you would like to see listed here? Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.