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Stop AAPI Hate

This guide provides anti-racism resources to speak out against anti-AAPI violence and hate


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Becoming Yellow

Becoming Yellow weaves together multiple narratives to tell the complex history of a problematic term.

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The Color of Success

About the transformation of Asians in the United States from the "yellow peril" to "model minorities"--peoples distinct from the white majority but lauded as well-assimilated.

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Serial Fu Manchu

An analysis that shows how Fu Manchu's irrepressibility gives shape to--and reinforces--the persistent Yellow Peril myth.

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Yellow Peril!

The first comprehensive repository of anti-Asian images and writing, surveying the extent of this iniquitous form of paranoia. 

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Asian American Dreams

Traces the transformation of Asian Americans from a few small, disconnected, and largely invisible ethnic groups into a self-identified racial group.

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Immigrant Acts

Discusses the contradictions whereby Asians have been included in the workplaces and markets of the U.S., yet, through exclusion laws and bars from citizenship, have been distanced from the terrain of national culture.

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Internment: Japanese Americans in World War II

Details the history of Asian immigration to the US, and how cultural differences and economic envy developed into blatant discrimination.

Discussion on AAPI Violence in New York

This discussion between New York City Deputy Mayors Anne Williams-Isom and Maria Torres-Springer and Asia Society's President Kevin Rudd focuses on the issues of violence and racism against AAPI New Yorkers. The Deputy Mayors also explain what actions the New York City government is taking to support the AAPI community. 

Podcast Episodes

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Notes From America: Monterey Park

"Host Kai Wright speaks with James Zarsadiaz, a professor of history at the University of San Francisco to discuss how people are processing this tragedy amid persisting fears of anti-Asian hate." Apple │ Spotify

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Self Evident: Unpacking Pandemic Racism

"The struggle to save lives from COVID-19 is far from over, and neither is America’s struggle against racism." Apple │Spotify

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At The Moment: What You Need To Know About Anti-Asian Violence

"Hosts Sylvia Peng and Janrey Serapio discuss the recent rise in anti-Asian hate incidents." Apple │ Spotify 

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Self Evident: Hate Goes Viral

"The first of three episodes reporting on Asian American responses to anti-Asian hate incidents." Apple │ Spotify

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Asians Do Therapy: Healing from Racism

"A discussion with Anneliese Singh PhD, LPC (she/they) about racial healing strategies from her book, The Racial Healing Handbook." Apple │ Spotify