An Open Discussion of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

Join us for a discussion on Anti- Asian Hate Crimes. We will be talking in-depth about discrimination against Asians.

Vigil for the Lives of Asian Workers Lost in Atlanta

The United Asian American Organizations (UAAO) will be holding a vigil and rally for the 8 lives lost due to anti-Asian violence in Atlanta on Friday, March 26th at 7pm. The vigil will take place in-person on the steps of Angell Hall (435 State St.) at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus and be live-streamed on Facebook simultaneously.
This vigil will not only offer a space where community members can grieve and process, but it will also be a rally to reconcile the racism, sexism, and classism that leaves our most marginalized community members vulnerable. Even though the victims of this violence were not all Asian or necessarily sex workers, the perception of them as defacto Asian sex workers led to their murders. Thus, white supremacist violence cannot be separated from histories of U.S. state-sanctioned violence of colonialism, imperialism, war, incarceration, and policing.
As this is an in-person event during the pandemic, our organizing team is dedicated to respecting COVID-19 safety protocols. Everyone attending is required to wear a mask (double masking is preferred) and to maintain social distancing (6 feet or two meter gap between each other). We will have a COVID-safety team handing out masks and hand sanitizer throughout the vigil. There will be socially-distanced accessible seating, a childcare area, as well as a separate support space for those who need it.
If you are feeling unwell prior to the vigil, we ask that you remain at home and join our Facebook livestream.
UAAO will be collecting donations to distribute to community organizations @uaao_2021 on Venmo.

Peaceful March & Vigil Against Anti-Asian Violence (Mesa, Arizona)

This event is a gathering in remembrance of the people who were brutally murdered by a culture of misogyny, racism, and white supremacy. A culture that fetishizes Asian women, and treats us as the exotic “other”. That loves us for our food and customs but not our humanity.
In the past year, we have seen a rise in anti-Asian sentiment, even from those in the highest offices that govern this occupied land. We are gathering to say “enough is enough!”
We are coming together to be in community and work on our healing, to turn our collective grief into the passion to fight for our community. We will have speakers and performers to help us ground ourselves in our demands.
Masks will be required for all attendees. Families welcome. If there are ways in which we can make this event accessible for you, please inbox us.

Worldwide Vigil for Victims of the Atlanta Shooting

Please join us in participating in a Worldwide Vigil on Friday, March 26th (#StopAsianHate Day of Action & Healing) to remember the victims of the Atlanta Shooting. Koreans across the U.S. and worldwide are uniting to mourn the tragic loss of eight precious lives, including that of four Korean women. We hope to find healing together—as we find ways to overcome the growing Anti-Asian violence that has traumatized the entire Asian American community. We invite our allies to join us in solidarity, and participate in the Vigil that will be hosted by the Korean American Coalition-Metro Atlanta chapter and live-streamed on

Allyship & Solutions Against Racism, Discrimination, and Hate with Senator Chuck Schumer, Rep. Grace Meng, and Community Leaders Representing the Black, Latinx, Jewish, and Asian Communities in NYC

In light of the growing anti-Asian sentiment and hate incidents across the US, the Korean American Association of Greater New York (KAAGNY) is facilitating a conversation among community leaders to share insights on how best to combat discrimination, joined by elected officials to provide resources at the federal, state, and local levels. We also hope to inspire, build, and promote solidarity in our collective fight against racism, ahead of the #StopAsianHate Virtual Day of Action on March 26th.

#AAPIWomenStrong: A National Conversation on Race and Gender After the Atlanta Spa Shootings

We want our friends, our neighbors, and our communities to stand with us against racism, misogyny, and hate. Join this conversation to hear more about the identity and experience of Asian American women and learn how to take action in solidarity. This event will feature Representative Grace Meng (NY-06), Ai-jen Poo, Executive Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance, and Sung Yeon Choimorrow, Executive Director, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum.

Stop Asian Hate Vigil and Rally (Detroit, Michigan)

Please join us on Saturday, March 27th, 3 PM at Spirit Plaza in Detroit, MI for a peaceful rally to stop Asian hate. Come as you are to speak out. Make the voices of many generations heard because we stand united and will not back down in the face of adversity.

#StopAsianHate Community Check-in

LEAP would like to invite our community members to a LEAP Coach facilitated check-in this Friday to provide a space for how we can support and help each other and our community by creating and holding space for those looking for a place to grieve and process together with other Asian Americans.

#StopAsianHate March (Cleveland Ohio)

Join us in solidarity for a rally and march through AsiaTown to honor the victims and speak out against the resurgence in anti-Asian violence and racism. Gather with us to hear from local AAPI leaders and allies about what we can do, right here in Cleveland, to stop anti-Asian hate. And show your support for our residents, workers, businesses, and community members. This is our home too!
Together, we rise. Together, we are Cleveland strong.
Masks and physical distancing are required.

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