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Anti-Racism Resources for Asian Americans

Updated: Jun 18, 2020



(Latest update June 18, 2020)


The death of George Floyd at the hands of four Minneapolis police officers has the nation in the midst of a serious re-examination of the racism that shapes our social structures.


Many of us have been seeing numerous stories, articles and resources providing white people with strategies and steps they can take to combat racism. While these outline concrete steps white people can take, they don't always translate easily for Asian Americans.


Now, the revelation that one of the (former) police officers involved is a Hmong American highlights the continuing struggle and complicated relationship between the black and Asian communities.


While we cannot claim to have definitive answers on how to best deal with these struggles, we CAN provide you with links to some thoughtful information and resources that may help members of the Asian American community as each of us embarks on our own journey to wrestle with the complicated issue of racism and what we, as individuals, can do to support Black America and all marginalized communities.


This list is NOT comprehensive. Rather it contains resources that have been brought to our attention through various means. We can and will continue to update this with new resources as we learn of them. And if you know of any links that could be useful to our readers, please let us know. We believe in engaging people in this important conversation and appreciate your contributions to furthering the discussion.



We hope you'll visit these resources and the organizations linked on our News & Resources page to help inform your own journey. We will continue to update this list, so if you find helpful resources you'd like to share, feel free to leave them in the comments or share them on Facebook or Twitter.




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