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AAPI Organizers Turn Out the Vote in Georgia

Led by young, women and nonbinary organizers, Asians for Ossoff & Warnock helped flipped the Senate by activating their communities and flexing their...

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What is “Decolonization”? A 101 from AAJIL

Ever wondered what “decolonizing” means? In social justice work and even daily life, decolonizing has definitely become a buzzwork, e.g. “decolonizing...

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February Resource Roundup: 5 Moments of Black & Asian Solidarity

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-Asian hate crimes have been rising in number and prominence. And while outcries from our community are still...

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Amplify, Align, Activate — Mochi

Amplify, Align, Activate (AAA) aims to amplify the work of nonprofit organizations serving the AAPI population, particularly those that work to improve the...

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Asian American Women are Facing a Mental Health Crisis

Between March and August 2020, the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council collected more than 2,500 incidents of anti-Asian discrimination from 47 states...

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Lift Every Voice and Sing — A Tribute to Black History Month

Lift every voice and sing,‘Til earth and heaven ring,Ring with the harmonies of Liberty;Let our rejoicing riseHigh as the listening skies,Let it resound...

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January 2021 Resource Roundup: Antiracist Books for Every Age Group

Happy New Year! We hope the new year has been treating you well so far — and that you’ve been keeping up with your resolutions. One of the most common New...

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“We did it”—Reflections on Kamala Harris: How we will celebrate her and hold her accountable as our new VP

Vice President Kamala Harris. Just hearing her name and title makes me swell with pride. A woman in the second highest office — and a Black and Asian...

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December 2020 Resource Roundup: Gift Guide Black-Owned Businesses

Finished your holiday shopping yet? Us neither. This holiday season, as we search for the perfect “gift that keeps on giving” for our loved ones, let’s...

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Interview with Kisha A. Brown, Esq., Founder of Justis Connection

As the first woman director of the Baltimore City Civil Rights Office, Kisha A. Brown is a true trailblazer. In 2018, she founded Justis Connection, the only...

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