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Stop Asian Hate: Virtual Anti-Asian Racism Events
Stop Asian Hate: Virtual Anti-Asian Racism Events
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We stand in support of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. We’ve curated these events so you can take action and take a stand against racism, hate, and violence directed toward AAPI communities. Eventbrite is home to a number of events, workshops, and discussions that aim to educate about the discrimination and bias the AAPI community faces, offer resources for being a better ally, or raise funds for anti-Asian racism groups. Learn how you can stop Asian hate by attending one of these curated events, and join us in standing in solidarity with the AAPI community.
Stop Asian Hate: Virtual Anti-Asian Racism Events
Stop Asian Hate: Virtual Anti-Asian Racism Events
Stop Asian Hate: Virtual Anti-Asian Racism Events
Stop Asian Hate: Virtual Anti-Asian Racism Events
Collection by Eventbrite
We stand in support of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. We’ve curated these events so you can take action and take a stand against racism, hate, and violence directed toward AAPI communities. Eventbrite is home to a number of events, workshops, and discussions that aim to educate about the discrimination and bias the AAPI community faces, offer resources for being a better ally, or raise funds for anti-Asian racism groups. Learn how you can stop Asian hate by attending one of these curated events, and join us in standing in solidarity with the AAPI community.
We stand in support of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. We’ve curated these events so you can take action and take a stand against racism, hate, and violence directed toward AAPI communities. Eventbrite is home to a number of events, workshops, and discussions that aim to educate about the discrimination and bias the AAPI community faces, offer resources for being a better ally, or raise funds for anti-Asian racism groups. Learn how you can stop Asian hate by attending one of these curated events, and join us in standing in solidarity with the AAPI community.

This free support group offers a safe space for people to connect while they process the recent violence and racism towards the AAPI community, along with feelings related to rhetoric associated COVID-19.

Institute on Aging, in partnership with NICOS Chinese Health Coalition, hosts this free training session that will examine past and current anti-Asian sentiments to review ways to combat racism, as well as consider how best to serve older AAPI adults.

Three women writers and activists talk about how to upend stereotypes about the "quiet submissive Asian woman," and how their work delves into the origin and consequences of this damaging trope.

Calamity Chang & Thirsty Girl Productions bring you The New York Asian Burlesque Extravaganza featuring Frankie Fictitious (San Francisco), Damian Dragon (NYC), and Flower Bomb (Korea). A portion of the profits will be donated to National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum.

Read and discuss Cathy Park Hong's essential memoir, "Minor Feelings," at this virtual bookclub meeting.

Filmmaker and activist Renee Tajima-Peña chronicles movements for racial and reproductive justice in the US. Her films are part of a larger Asian-American alternative cinema movement, one committed to challenging the myth of Asian Americans as a “model minority.”

Boston comedy showcase Affirmative Reaction hosts an evening devoted to Asian and Asian American voices, presenting a lineup of comedians that includes Sabrina Wu, Jimmy Zhang and Nora Panah — and all proceeds benefit #StopAsianHate.

Join educator Steven Wakabayashi for an evening of guided meditation, reflection on mindfulness and self-compassion, and readings to create a sacred space for Asian-American healing and openness.

Join non-profits including the Asian American Arts Alliance and OCA Asian American Advocates to elevate AAPI voices and discuss topics like social impact, representation and equity within the media industry.

What should you do when you see anti-Asian or other harassment of someone on the street? How can you intervene effectively while protecting your safety? Answers can be found in this 90-minute seminar.

Bay Area TV news anchor Dion Lim has been on the frontlines of reporting the latest wave of anti-Asian violence. Here, she leads a conversation on how to halt the violence and hate, as AAPI Heritage Month prepares to kick off in May.

Be the Refuge: Raising the Voices of Asian American Buddhists centers the experiences of Asian American Buddhists as a pan-ethnic, pan-sectarian group. It is a celebration of underrepresented voices — and a challenge to bifurcating models of American Buddhism.

Explore mind-body healing practices and community support in a series of workshops meant to heal the whole self.

Creating a safe, lively, and welcoming space for LGBTQ AAPI people, this monthly gathering starts with a short mindfulness exercise and then shares stories, struggles, laughter, and tears.