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Stop Asian Hate: Home
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have been targeted by racism and xenophobia related to the coronavirus or COVID-19. We offer the following resources in response to this hate.
Every year, the FBI releases a report on hate crimes in America. It grossly underrepresents incidents of violence, threats, and bullying across America. By sharing what you experienced or witnessed, you can educate the public, empower others, show service providers where help is needed, and strengthen our advocacy.
What to do if you’re a victim or witness of a hate crime…
If it is an emergency, dial 911.
Document any information you have regarding the crime as soon as possible after the incident. Include any details about the perpetrators physical appearance including gender, age, height, race, weight, clothes, and other distinguishing characteristics.
File reports with your local police department and the FBI. Be sure to get the responding officer’s name and badge number and a case number. Get your own copy of the police report if possible. If you need the phone number for a local police department, please call 1-800-VICTIMS.
Find support from friends/family and from a professional if needed.
Join the movement to end online harassment. HeartMob aims to be the place where those facing harassment can easily report abuse across social networks and find support from others who know what they're going through