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Asian American Studies: Countering Attacks on Asians and Asian Americans: Resource Guide

This guide is a good place to start in doing research related to Asian American Studies.

UCSB Campus Statements

Statements against Anti-Asian Violence from Libraries and Library Associations

Asian Pacific Islander Graduate Alliance

Dear APIGSA members,

In the horror and trauma of last night's anti-Asian attack in Atlanta, we share your grief. We condemn the blatant racism, misogyny, and anti-sex worker violence. We mourn the loss of Daoyou Feng, Hyeon-Jeong Park, Julie Park, Xiaojie Tan, Delaina Ashley Yaun, Paul Andre Michaels, and the two as-yet unnamed victims, and hold their families and communities in our hearts today.
We also acknowledge that a restorative justice-modeled response rejects calls to expand the carceral state. We witness in anger the police response to this domestic terrorist's actions, which was to refer to him as having "a really bad day." We remember that the carceral state is a product of white supremacy and anti-Blackness, and that it does not and cannot protect our communities. We call for models of justice that look beyond current violent systems towards a more just and liberatory future.
If you, or allies in your orbit, are in a position to do so, please consider donating to the following resources:
- this specifically Atlanta-based group for Asian organizing
- an ongoing Google doc of Asian orgs grouped by state and community
- this list of 61 ways to donate to Asian communities organized by goal (community restoration, legal defense, etc.)
- this Twitter thread for resources focused on immigrants, lower-income Asians, and sex workers
- an Instagram thread with organizations and calls to action for non-Asian allies
Lastly, here is a thread on the entwined histories of anti-Asian and anti-Black racism and the need for solidarity.
Our work does not end here. As stated in our mission statement, APIGSA strives to create and maintain spaces of support for graduate students of Asian panethnicity, advocating for a more critically accurate representation of Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander students. Our work includes connecting our struggles and directing our anger in service of broader resistance movements.
We will be reaching out over the next few days with more offerings to help support each other. In the meantime, we appreciate any input on ways that APIGSA can continue to provide a stronger, more holistic representation of the issues concerning AAPI lives. We are here as community members, as resources, and as advocates.
In solidarity,
APIGSA board

Books on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Past events

(https://youtu.be/RqSVdYTgevI)

In addition to Zoom, this event will also be live-streamed via YouTube live on the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies YouTube channel. Chanel link
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Talk on March 25th 2021 by Prof Christine Hong of UC Santa Cruz and co-director of the UCSC Center for Racial Justice and Executive Board Member of the Korea Policy Institute, presented by Brandeis University Asian American and Pacific Island Studies and African and African American Studies.

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Contextualizing Violence Against Asians and Asian Americans within the History of US Relational Racism
Friday, March 26, 2021, 10:30-12:00PM (EST)

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Real Talk with Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua.

Anti-Asian Terrorism and Building Afro-Asian Solidarity

Guests: Augusto Espiritu and Scott Kurashige

April 1, 2021

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Pod Casts

Time To Say Goodbye

How Not to Think Like Cop with Naomi Murakawa

Rizal in San Francisco: Connections in Philippines-U.S. History

Rizal in San Francisco: Connections in Philippines-U.S. History

A talk by Professor Ambeth Ocampo
Remarks by Consul General Neil Frank R. Ferrer

May 20, 2021


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