A GUIDE TO BYSTANDER INTERVENTION
Addressing Prejudices Against Asian Americans during the COVID-19 Pandemic

We all play a role in creating safe public space by supporting each other when harassment occurs. That's what bystander intervention is all about.

MANY THINGS COUNT AS HARASSMENT... Intimidating looks and staring, comments about appearance, vulgar gestures, whistling and kissing noises, following, racist, xenophobic, homophobic, sexist, and transphobic slurs...

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We Are Not Covid
A spreadsheet created by Kenneth Tam and an integral part of our outreach which began circulating within the art world and creative communities in New York and Los Angeles.

Incident Report Forms
Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council includes reporting forms in multiple languages.

APADRC
The Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center is a more protracted approach to seeking justice and provides mediation and conflict resolution services to the diverse communities in the Los Angeles area, with a focus on the Asian Pacific Islander Population.

Live Map
This is a graphical way of displaying COVID-19 Racial Aggression through a live map interface.

Weekly Town Hall
Asian Pacific American Solidarity: New York State Assembly members Ron Kim and Yuh-Line Niou, and Task Force Executive Director Kai Zhang Cole host a weekly virtual town hall to check in with community organizations and neighbors in various parts of the city and state, in order to better understand the experiences of constituents during this crisis and to support movement-building towards a state government responsive to those needs.

Racial Justice Toolkit
This provides great analysis of the interconnectedness of issues and constituencies within the structures of white supremacy. In addition to workshop modules, the toolkit offers experiences and lessons learned in working to dismantle structural racism.

Anti-Hate Program
Japanese American Citizens League created a resource that contributes to a better understanding of anti-Asian violence and the need to respond.

Teaching Tolerance
It’s up to all of us to make it clear that we’re not OK with racist responses to this crisis. To do that, Teaching Tolerance recommends a four-step process for speaking up against bias.

Guide to Hate Crimes PDF
Maybe you are a lawyer, a law student, or a law enthusiast? The Bureau of Justice Assistance guide might be a great primer for you.

Victim Connect
You've heard the term "hate crime" and now it's actually happened to you or someone you know. This page not only provides a very good definition to further your understanding but other ways you can follow up.