Solidarity and Community as a Healing Balm in Atlanta

Featured image via Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta. March 16th marked the one year anniversary of the spa shootings in Atlanta which killed 8 people including 6 Asian female massage workers. Over the past year, organizations and individuals from the Atlanta area provided services and support to survivors and families of victims. Through our […]

Day 3 — Quiet Before: Unearthing Anti-Asian Violence

Womankind, The 1882 Foundation, Eaton Workshop, Honolulu Theatre for Youth and Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center are proud to announce Quiet Before: Unearthing Anti-Asian Violence, a six-part series dedicated to examining anti-Asian violence from its many complex perspectives. This coalition-based effort seeks to share the nuanced story of Asian Pacific Islanders in America and how […]

Lessons and Action Items for AAPI Heritage Month

Written by Catherine Foley (Communications, Programs, and Operations Associate) May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPIHM), a national observance that is marked by celebration, joy, and appreciation among and for Asian American individuals and communities. Sadly, this AAPIHM is also marked by the intense grief and trauma of the past year. We’ve seen […]

Leadership Convos #2: Raising AAPI Kids to Combat Anti-Blackness

Change starts with us and our families. Racism is a difficult issue to discuss, especially within our own families. This Black History Month, we are honored to partner with the Leadership Conference Education Fund’s “Black Justice is Our Justice” campaign to host #LeadershipConvos 2, a conversation about teaching our kids to be leaders within our […]

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