These direct links were compiled from the internet and nymag’s article “68 Ways to Donate in Support of Asian Communities”. If you see any inaccuracies, or would like to add to the list, please contact me
Donations will go toward legal aid and education for Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander communities, as well as direct support for prisoners and those who have been deported or are facing deportation.
Donations will go toward rebuilding and supporting businesses and other parts of Asian communities that have been hit particularly hard by the coronavirus pandemic or economic recession.
Donations will go toward arts, technical, or other programs for Asian people.
What is discrimination and how do we protect ourselves/the Asian community? This list is a non comprehensive overview of your rights against discrimination (by state) and how to be a good ally or protect yourself and others during a hate crime/incident
This is a compiled list of statutes and resources based on Stop AAPI Hate’s Survey of Federal and State Laws. If you or a loved one has experienced discrimination, please use this list as a general reference. This is organized based on state jurisdictions
These safety resources, created by the Asian American Foundation and the Center for Anti-Violence Education, teach targeted individuals how to de-escalate threatening situations and defend themselves in the event of anti-Asian violence.
The flyers in 5 Asian languages offer strategies to help individuals safely intervene if they see someone being targeted or to use verbal and/or physical methods to safely exit a threatening situation.
This resource is compiled by Stop AAPI Hate and is designed to give tips for how to stay safe and how to be a good ally when someone experiences hate
These free online training events by the Asian Americans Advancing Justice are designed to help you protect others and yourself and deescalate hate incident situations