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Name and address moments of anti-AAPI sentiment, discrimination, and microaggressions against the AAPI community. 

Report instances of anti-AAPI assault and crimes: Additionally, here is a link to UCLA’s Multilingual Resource Hub, which includes multilingual resources related to reporting crimes (and additional multilingual COVID19 resources). 

Support organizations combating racism against the API community, such as:

Hate is a Virus

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Anti-Asian Violence Resources:


Korean Adoptees of Chicago (KAtCH)  -

Adoptees for Justice -

PACT: An Adoption Alliance -

C.A.S.E. (Center for Adoption Support and Education-webinars, recommendations for family movies, includes the W.I.S.E. Up Program) - 

Outsiders Within, edited by Jane Jeong Trenka, Julia Chinyere Oparah, and Sun Yung Shin -

How Would My White Adoptive Family Think About Anti-Asian Racism?

All You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung -

Nicole Chung -

The B.E.A.T. -

Adopteen -

ICAV Inter-country Adoptee Voices -

KAAN Korean American Adoptee Adoptive Family Network -

The Adoptive Parents’ Responsibility when Parenting a Child of a Different Race Written in 2011 and still timely today -

Beneath the Mask: Adoption though the Eyes of Adolescents -

The Impact of Adoption on Teen Identity Formation -

Below the Surface by Beth Hall and Gail Steinberg: A self-evaluative guide for anyone considering adoption across racial or cultural lines  -;jsessionid=6DA86BAD2F64199AAFCC764C09923591?rpp=25&upp=0&w=NATIVE%28%27grant_state+%3D+%27%27CA%27%27%27%29&m=26


Asian-Americans Are Being Attacked. Why Are Hate Crime Charges So Rare -

"I Will Not Stand Silent." 10 Asian Americans Reflect on Racism during the Pandemic and the Need for Equality.

How to Disrupt a System That Was Built to Hold You Back (

As Coronavirus Spreads, So Does Anti-Chinese Racism - Teen Vogue Article by Sara Li

Rebecca Atkins Blog -

Time Magazine's Ideas - Race - By Nicole Chung, March 2021


Race, Diversity, & Inclusion Resources for Parents & Caregivers — Chicago Children's Museum

Resources from Learning for Justice (Formerly Teaching Tolerance)

Center for Racial Justice in Education - 

Anti-Defamation League - Resources for educators and families to discuss biases and support students

Teaching Tolerance - Resources and lessons for educators, including professional development


Interrupting Racism: Equity and Social Justice in School Counseling by Rebecca Atkins and Alicia Oglesby

Invisible Asians, by Kim Park Nelson:

Voices from Another Place -

Once They Hear My Name: Korean Adoptees and Their Journey to Identity by Ellen Lee, Marilyn Lammert and Mary Ann Hess (2008) -

Parenting in the Eye of the Storm by Katie Naftzger (2017) -

The Primal Wound: Understanding the Adopted Child by Nancy Verrier (1993) -

Minor Feelings: An Asian-American Reckoning’s Exploration of Solidarity by Cathy Park Hong


Code Switch

Adopted Feels Podcast

Adapted Podcast



Act to Change: “The Racism is a Virus Toolkit” 

Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Toolkit

Asian American Racial Justice Toolkit


Leigh Ann Erickson: What Should We Teach Our White Students?” Leigh Ann Erickson, 2019 National Teacher Leadership Conference - 

Deann Borshey Liem films:

Feature Film: A Simple Piece of Paper