TAAF Anti-Hate Initiative

For our elders. For our neighbors. For us.
We end this cycle of hate to create belonging.

Our community deserves more than thoughts and prayers.
It’s time for all 23 million of us to be heard.

That’s why TAAF is launching a national network of visibility and support.

The solutions are already in our community.
Let’s show the rest of the nation how to step up with us.

Photo: Reuters/Jeenah Moon

Launching now: TAAF Action Network

Communities know how to meet their needs best. We are launching a nationwide network of action centers, powered by TAAF, to amplify and interconnect these efforts. These centers work with partners on the ground in the most heavily impacted cities to efficiently route their needs to an even greater range of resources.

We're looking for more cities to join our effort so we can provide access for all AAPI communities across the United States.

Oakland

Establish a Trauma Care Unit, a dedicated mental health unit providing emotional support, focused behavioral health interventions, and linkages to other assistance programs (e.g., medical care; food-, housing-, and legal-assistance) to survivors and their families.

Los Angeles

Create the LA Regional Emergency Response Plan, a detailed mapping of resources and victim’s support infrastructure in Los Angeles County, as well as case studies for future training and an emergency response guide that can be utilized throughout the United States.

New York

Protect the most vulnerable through safety ambassadors and upstander and safety trainings; linking communities to a wide range of robust and sustainable victim support services; and creating a wide network of safe zones throughout NYC.

Rapid Response Toolkit

Help for stepping up in your community.

Step up for your community.

Local leaders and organizations can view the TAAF Rapid Response Toolkit to jumpstart anti-hate work in your area.

Interfaith Toolkit

Help for stepping up in your community.

We Commemorate. We Commit.

Interfaith Youth Core's toolkit has resources to mobilize your own communities to build an Interfaith America.

What You Can Do Now

Partners

This toolkit was made possible by generous assistance from Asian American, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander community advocates and leaders, in association with:

Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS)

APIA Vote

Asian Americans Advancing Justice - AAJC

Asian Americans Advancing Justice - LA

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)  

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)

National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum (NAPAWF)

National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA)

OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates

The Sikh Coalition