The Council has three primary objectives: to advise the Governor and members of the Legislature on issues pertaining to Asian Pacific Minnesotans; to advocate on behalf of those issues; and to serve as the bridge for and between Asian Pacific Minnesotans and non-Asian Pacific Minnesotans.
Asian American Organizing Project (AAOP) is a non-partisan civic engagement organization founded in 2013 by a diverse group of young Asian American community organizers to lead, sustain, and cultivate grassroots organizing in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in Minnesota.
If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of discrimination or bias submit this online form or call Minnesota's Discrimination Helpline at 1-833-454-0148. The information goes directly to an investigator at the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
A rise in anti-AAPI hate incidents have taken place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stop AAPI Hate is trying to identify who this is happening to and where. Your story is important. By gathering info, they can push for better protection, educational resources, and policies that can put an end to this.
From the Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Project hosted by Asian American Pacific Islanders for Civic Empowerment, which is a California statewide formation whose purpose is to advance state politics, campaigns and other issues that support low-income AAPIs by building statewide AAPI civic engagement infrastructure and serving as a resource for emerging AAPI organizations.
From the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Co-curated with members of the local Asian American Pacific Islander community, this virtual care package includes poetry by Bao Phi, a short film by Xialou Wang, a movement workshop by Kealoha Ferreira, a playlist by DJ Chamun, a recipe by shui project, and a zine by the SEAD Project.
A podcast where we tell Asian America’s stories to help you do that, with the people closest to you. Each episode presents an in-depth audio documentary or radically open conversations from Asian American communities — across generations, cultures, and class.
(Episode) #StopAsianHate with Tammy Cho & Michelle Hanabusa, Co-founders of Hate is A Virus Guests Tammy Cho & Michelle Hanabusa, co-founders of Hate Is A Virus, a community of mobilizers and amplifiers that exists to dismantle racism and hate.
(Episode) 098 // Liz Kleinrock // Anti-Bias & Anti-Racist Educator // To Teach and TransformTeach and Transform Founder Liz Kleinrock joins Jerry to share her story as a Korean adoptee growing up in America and finding her passion and mission teaching anti-bias and anti-racist education.
(Episode) How to be an ally for Asian Americans facing racism amid COVID-19 MPR News reached out to a historian and community leaders and asked for their advice for non-Asian Americans to become allies to their peers during this difficult time.
#IAMNOTAVIRUS is an artist led initiative that does impactful work on dismantling racism by guiding individuals to explore their personal stories and think of them through an equity lens so they can make conflict less uncomfortable and become invested in growing in community.
Racial fears and anxieties have become a dominant frame in which people evaluate the concerns over the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus infection. This page is intended to gather textual and digital resources to provide easy access to material useful for teach-ins, talking points, and classroom teaching.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resurgence of xenophobia, hatred, and racism, Immigrant History Initiative has launched a new initiative to educate the public about Asian American history: #WeAreNotAVirus.
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