Stop AAPI Hate

Stop Asian Hate

The Asian Pacific Studies Department strongly condemns the hate crimes and violence against the AAPI population. We are committed to fighting against such societal vices as racism and sexism in defense of the dignity, rights and equal footing of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in society. At the same time, our histories of oppression and our vision for social justice and equality are shared by many others and we will continue to work in solidarity with them to build an equal and safer society for all. View our full message along with President Parham's message on violence and hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Read Jasmine Nguyen's story about her experience as an Asian American.

If you are in immediate danger or witnessing a direct threat, dial 911.

Incident reporting helps to track acts of hate against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Acts of hate can include any hostility or violence, whether physicial or verbal, motivated by bias against one or more personal characteristics including race, gender, or sexual orientation. The organizations below (with the exception of the FBI) are not affiliated with law enforcement. All incident reports submitted (except FBI) can be anonymously submitted. These reports are then used to provide more public awareness about who and where these acts are occuring, along with it's affects on different communities. For more information regarding how reports are used, please view each organization's respective website regarding data usage.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation Tip Line

Stop AAPI Hate

OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates Hate Incident Reporting Website

Asian Americans Advancing Justice's Stand Against Hatred

Los Angeles vs. Hate