Beyond the Headlines: Review of National Anti-Asian Hate Incident Reporting/Data Collection Published over 2019-2021 – Dr. Janelle Wong, Asian American Studies Program, University of Maryland (June 7, 2021) In a thorough review of anti-Asian hate incident reporting and data collection, Dr.
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“Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and the Prison Industrial Complex” by Raymond Magsaysay Date Written: February 24, 2021 Abstract: Recent uprisings against racial injustice, sparked by the killings of George Floyd and others, have triggered urgent calls to overhaul the
“Essential conversations about race in America are being hijacked and curtailed by broad narrative attacks launched by Christopher Rufo, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. The attacks by Rufo and other critics, pundits, and politicians who have joined the effort
To decrease bullying and prevent incidents of anti-Asian discrimination, educators and families can play a critical role in helping young people understand the history and context for anti-Asian racism in the United States and around the world that has flared
A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Learning for Justice is a curated a collection of resources for teachers. From film kits and lesson plans to the building blocks of a customized Learning Plan—texts, student tasks and teaching strategies—these