Freedom, Inc. – Our Statement and Response to the Violent Murder of Our Asian Sisters in Georgia

“All Asian women workers deserve respect, dignity, and protection. We know that many Asian women are underpaid, undervalued, and their safety is not prioritized. Join some of Freedom, Inc.’s Southeast Asian leaders as we put out our statement and response to the violent murder of our Asian Sisters in Georgia.”

Yesterday, Tuesday, March 16, six Asian women were killed when Robert Aaron Long took the lives of eight people in…

Posted by Freedom Inc on Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Cia Siab Inc in Solidarity with AAPI

Cia Siab, Inc. stands in solidarity with our Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) community as we continue to fight…

Posted by Cia Siab Inc on Wednesday, March 17, 2021

In the rise of anti-Asian violence, what can we do to protect ourselves and each other? Here are just a few steps to…

Posted by Cia Siab Inc on Monday, March 29, 2021

➡️Report hate incidents with Stop AAPI Hate:

➡️Report hate incidents with Cia Siab, Inc. at

WI Hmong Family Strengthening Helpline

Cia Siab, Inc.’s WI Hmong Family Strengthening Helpline provides support, contact, and referrals to anyone—regardless of gender and age— who is residing in Wisconsin and experiencing violence and abuse. The helpline is an excellent source for individuals who are concerned that a loved one is experiencing abuse and violence. Trained bilingual Hmong- and English-speaking staff are available to assist you in situations related to family violence and abuse by providing intervention, counseling services, support services, and referrals/ linkage to community resources in your respective area(s). All services rendered are free and secure. Your safety is our priority; all calls are completely confidential.

If you need immediate assistance, please call their 24-Hour WI Hmong Family Strengthening Helpline at 1-877-740-4292. Visit this website for more information.

A Thread on #CommunityControl and #Defund

You’ve probably heard us/seen us saying things like #CommunityControl or #Defund, but what does that all mean to us? A thread: (Click on their post below to read the entire thread/conversation)

A Thread on Abolition and Mental health

The oppressions that we fight against every day take tolls on our bodies. The damage oppression does to our lives is systemic, but it reaches far deeper into our bodies than we may realize. A thread on abolition and mental health. #AllBlackLivesMatter #MentalHealthMatters (Click on their post below to read the entire thread/conversation)




A Thread on #TransformativeJustice and #FoodInsecurity

Transformative justice is an approach to trauma, harm, and violence that wants to lessen the effects of systemic oppression without relying on the state. A thread on #TransformativeJustice and #FoodInsecurity: (Click on their post below to read the entire thread/conversation)

Freedom, Inc. Community Briefing

Join Freedom Inc. and Urban Triage for a community briefing on the White Supremacist Terrorist who murdered protesters in Kenosha. #DefundPolice #DefendBlackLife

National media outlets have failed to properly report the shootings as the actions of white supremacist terrorists engaged in intentional acts of violence. These shootings, as well as the presence of white supremacist militias at uprisings for Black lives across the country, are designed to suppress Black people who are rightfully fighting back against generations of murder and exploitation by the state. The reporting of these shootings as chance incidents perpetuates the legal system’s protection of white men who murder Black people and puts us at an increased risk of violence from these supremacists.

This event was recorded live on August 26, 2020. You can watch the recorded video on Freedom Inc.’s Facebook page here: 



Cia Siab, Inc. Hate Incident Report Form

Cia Siab Inc. created this Hate Incident Report Form, specific to the state of Wisconsin, with the purpose of giving individuals in the Hmoob community an outlet to report hate incidents in a confidential manner, while also encouraging individuals outside of the community to report any hate incidents that has occurred to them as well. Examples may include, but are not limited to, the use of degrading language or slurs (spoken or written) and physical harm suffered based on identity or perceived identity. A hate incident is any physically or verbally harmful act that is motivated by, or appears to be motivated by, any of the following: race/ethnicity, religion, national origin, immigration/citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, economic status, language, age, pregnancy or family/marital status, disability, veteran or military.

Access the reporting form here

The form is accessible in English only. For language assistance and support please contact Mai, their Social Justice Director, at