As the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community continues to grapple with violence, many are searching for ways to prevent further harm toward Asians. Join Wall Street Journal reporter Ang Li in conversation with John C. Yang, president and executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, a non-profit group advocating for civil rights for the AAPI community and Jennifer Ho, a professor of ethnic studies at the University of Colorado Boulder as they break down the history of Asian-American activism and where the “Stop Asian Hate” movement is heading.
1/On Monday I'll be participating in a Live Q&A with @WSJ –based on the comments I read in a previous edition responding to the Atlanta shootings & anti-Asian racism, I'll be locking my account down at noon MT on April 5 bc the trolls will come after mehttps://t.co/ZCvv8qI1ES
— Jennifer Ho (she/her/hers) (@DrJenHo) April 2, 2021
From comments by South Korean pop group BTS to rallies in Europe and New Zealand, activism and awareness surrounding anti-Asian violence have started fanning out world-wide, encouraged by U.S. protests following the Atlanta-area spa shootings https://t.co/Rw8sbGm1vp
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) April 3, 2021
5 Ways To Curb Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Hate In The Workplace by Neha Shingane, VP Community Relations @atdatlanta Checkout the Bystander Intervention Course mentioned in this article. No longer can we stand by & allow others to inflict har… pic.twitter.com/EptWSjgnKb
— The Semantics Group (@SemanticsGrp) April 5, 2021