Counter Anti AAPI Hate: Resources for Educators & Communities

Hate and discrimination thrive on false narratives, on “othering” our neighbors.

I’m Your Neighbor Books strives to put new narratives into the hands of American educators, librarians, parents, readers, and citizens.

In the last year Asian Americans reported 3,795+ incidents of hate to the organization Stop AAPI Hate —incidents were 2.3 times greater for women. At least 6 Asian American women lost their lives to this unchecked hatred.

Along with our suggested book collection Counterpoint to Anti AAPI Hate  (gifted to 24 schools and counting…), we offer these gathered resources to enrich and embolden your teaching and community outreach.

STOP AAPI HATE NATIONAL REPORT
By Russell Jeung Ph.D., Aggie Yellow Horse, Ph.D., Tara Popovic, and Richard Lim
Source: Stop AAPI Hate

Webinar: Confronting Xenophobia and Supporting Asian and Asian/Pacific American Communities during COVID-19
By Sarah Park Dahlen and Erika Lee
Source: Sarah Park Dahlen

Classroom Resources and Tips To Address Anti-Asian Discrimination
By Kimmie Fink
Source: We Are Teachers

Dear Educators, It Is Time to Fight for Asian America
By Wayne Au and Moé Yonamine
Source: Rethinking Schools

We Are Not a Stereotype: Breaking Down Asian Pacific American Bias
Source: Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center

Centering Asian Girls
By Annie Sibley O’Brien
Source: Diverse BookFinder

COVID-19-RELATED ANTI-BIAS EDUCATION RESOURCE GUIDE
Source: NYC Department of Education

How to Respond to Coronavirus Racism
Source: Learning for Justice (formally Teaching Tolerance)

Speaking Up Against Racism Around the Coronavirus
By Coshandra Dillard
Source: Learning for Justice (formally Teaching Tolerance)

After Atlanta: Teaching About Asian American Identity and History
By Elizabeth Kleinrock
Source: Learning for Justice (formally Teaching Tolerance)

Teaching Asian American History through Children’s Literature
By Noreen Naseem Rodriguez
Source: University of Texas at Austin