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Enough is enough


Anti-Asian violence is by no means new but since the pandemic started, hate speech and violence against the Asian community have significantly increased. Asian Americans and Asians all over the world are facing xenophobia, and racist hate crimes are at an all-time high. There has been an unprecedented number of violent attacks on the Asian elderly over the last few months. 

  • Hate crimes against Asians have jumped 1900% in NYC alone in the last year
  • From March 2020 to February 2021, there have been 3795 reported anti-Asian hate incidents 
  • Asian Americans are the third most racially targeted group following Black Americans and Jewish Americans
  • Anti-Asian hate crimes have spiked by 150% in major U.S cities

Below we have compiled resources for our fellow AAPI and Asians, as well as resources for everyone on how to help combat anti-Asian racism. 

For our fellow AAPI and Asians all around the world:

We hear you, we see you, we stand with you, we mourn with you. These last few weeks have been extraordinarily heavy, please take care of your mental health during this time - there’s no “right” away to deal with this trauma. Below are some resources if you need them:

How to help 

Below you'll find resources to take action, donate, educate, and more.

Support and donate to these organizations

Read a book by an Asian author

Support an Asian-owned business 

This past year has been hard on the restaurant industry. The next time you decide to eat out or get takeaway, consider supporting one of your local Asian restaurants.

Report Anti-Asian incidents 


Sign a petition

Other resources 

For allies looking to help:

  • Post on your social media platforms and help raise awareness of anti-Asian violence
  • Donate to charities 
  • Sign petitions
  • Amplify Asian voices
  • Enroll in active bystander training
  • Support your local Asian-owned businesses and restaurants 
  • Contact your elected officials and ask what they are doing for the Asian community in your area
  • Check up on your Asian friends - just because they haven’t said anything doesn’t mean they’re ok, everyone grieves in different ways
  • Stay educated and informed about the support needed in the Asian community.

And lastly, remember their names 

Too many victims’ names have gone forgotten, remember and honor the victims of the recent attack in Atlanta:

Soon Chung Park, 74

Sun Cha Kim, 69

Yong Ae Yue, 63

Hyun Jung Grant, 51

Xiaojie Tan, 49

Delaina Ashley Yaun, 33

Daoyou Feng, 44

Paul-Andre Michels, 54