Combating AAPI Hate in Age of COVID-19
An Educational Curriculum for Our Students as Hate Crimes Increase During COVID-19
Since the onset of COVID-19, Asian American and Pacific Islanders have reported experiencing microaggressions, racial profiling, hate incidents and hate violence. Reports in our communities have spiked.
We know because of Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center (StopAAPIHate.com), which is designed to collect and track incidents of anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander hate crimes.
Russell Jeung, PhD is the co-launcher of Stop AAPI Hate and the chair of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University.
Now, in coordination with the Asian Pacific Islander Caucus and the Council for Racial & Social Justice at California Faculty Association, Jeung takes it one step further: how to combat this hate in the age of COVID-19.
This educational video, as well as a forthcoming curriculum guide, is built for classrooms across the country, intended to guide students and educators how to combat against hateful rhetoric, bullying and hate violence in our communities.
Educational Curriculum and Videos for High Schools and Higher Education
Educational curriculum: Combating Anti-Asian Racism in the Age of Coronavirus
Video: Combating AAPI Racism in Age of Covid-19
Video: Radio Free CSU l CFA and COVID-19, Episode 2: Vulnerable CSU Populations
Websites and Resources