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Toolkits & Other Resources


ACT TO CHANGE

Racism is a Virus Toolkit


APIAHF (Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum)

Combat Hate Crime Toolkits



BLM & Model Minorities: Moving Our Families Forward, Part I (video)

Compassionate Home, Action Together (CHAT), Yale School of Medicine 

Students use theater to exploring healthy race conversations within families. 


OCA Asian American Racial Profiling Taskforce 

Public Toolkit with resources and strategies of the Taskforce, which connects with local and national authorities to

hold public and private actors accountable for discriminatory action.


STAND AGAINST HATRED

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Links to resources nationwide, including to community organizations

and bystander intervention resources, and information on your legal rights. .  



Training



BYSTANDER INTERVENTION TRAINING to Stop Anti-Asian/American and Xenophobic Harassment

Hollaback's one-hour, interactive training in conflict de-escalation and bystander intervention methodology.

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AAJC Partner Organization

Partner organization with training dates listed.



For Parents and Educators


Children’s Books on Race

The Diverse BookFinder is a comprehensive collection of children's picture books featuring Black and Indigenous

people and People of Color (BIPOC).



Chinese American Exclusion/Inclusion 

New York Historical Society Museum & Library

Based on the exhibit at the New York Historical Society in 2014, this online resource “chronicles the complex history of the Chinese in America—the challenges of immigration, citizenship, and belonging that shaped both the Chinese American experience and the development of the United States as a nation."

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Chinese American Exclusion/Inclusion

Classroom Materials for the Exhibition

New York Historical Society Museum & Library

Chinese American history presented through timelines, historical photographs, articles, and documents.

Download the PDF file document (157 pages) here.

 

Colorín Colorado's Resources on Race for Educators

Talking About Racism and Violence with Students: Resources for Educators,

provides resources that can help promote deeper understanding around the issues of racism and violence.


Learning for Justice

Southern Poverty Law Center project, resources on promoting racial justice and inclusivity in education—lesson plans,

articles, and other resources. 

Example:  “Humanizing Asian Americans in the Classroom through Children’s Literature,” by Dr. Monica Bajaj

and

How to Respond to Coronavirus Racism

Guide for how to speak up against racist comments.


E-Books & Audio Books in Chinese

Brooklyn Public Library and HYRead ebook

Access to Chinese eBooks and audiobooks on a variety of topics including health, English learning, art, literature and children’s materials. Titles can be read or played on PCs, laptops, or mobile devices.

Download the free app!



Talking to Kids about Asian American Identity and Racism

Immigrant History Initiative, A Project Founded by Yale Law School graduates Kathy Lu and Julia Chang Wang

A guide for parents and educators with lessons plans, a historical timeline of the Asian American immigrant experience; definitions and scripts for talking about race; scenarios for dealing with racial incidents and microaggressions; and information about ways to advocate for racial awareness and fairness in the classroom and school environment.  

 





See Also:  Learning About Anti-Asian Racism

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