You are not alone.

Hate is unacceptable. 

3 Ways to Report Hate Incidents

Emergency Assistance

stopaapihate.org 

hate incident report form

Speak to someone in your Asian or Pacific Islander language

For emergencies,

please dial 9-1-1

Report

Report any Asian-Hate incidents that you experience, anonymously now!

Select a language that you are most comfortable with among the 13 Asian languages and English. 

This report form, created by Stop AAPI Hate, was launched by the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON), Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA), and the Asian American Studies Department of San Francisco State University on March 19, 2020 in response to the alarming escalation in xenophobia and bigotry resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The coalition tracks and responds to incidents of hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, shunning, and child bullying against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the US and shares them with its partner organizations.

Thank you for your strength and courage in reporting your incident. You are helping to provide necessary data to bring change to our community and to create laws to keep your family and your community safer from racist acts and intimidation. Descriptions of reportable incidents can be found on the Stop AAPI Hate incident report form below.

Emergency Assistance

stopaapihate.org 

hate incident report form

Speak to someone in your Asian or Pacific Islander language

For emergencies,

please dial 9-1-1

About Us

Why create the Action Against Hate campaign?

The Action Against Hate campaign was created by the Asian Roundtable of Colorado (ARC) to implement ways to empower the AAPI community, through meaningful discourse and innovative solutions, to support the most vulnerable among us. In the past year, rising numbers of anti-Asian violence have spurred community action. Action Against Hate found a gap in services for those with language and cultural barriers, economics, access, and other inequities. By working with community leaders and existing organizations, we are focused on assisting cultural and language specific communities to develop appropriate infrastructure, help build resilience to strengthen their welfare, and stand-up against Anti-Asian hate attacks.

Who is the Asian Roundtable of Colorado?

ARC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission to empower AAPI organizations to mobilize when needs arise. Since its founding in 1994, ARC has worked with over 50 AAPI organizations to promote unity and action among CO AAPI communities. In 2020, ARC spearheaded a statewide educational outreach to 251,000 CO Asians for the 2020 Complete Count Census. Action Against Hate is our present campaign to help AAPI communities feel safe and live the American dream they call home.

Colorado AAPI Communities 

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Hotline Phone Numbers

Chinese: 720-663-1622

Filipino: 840-800-2085

Hmong: 720-689-3501

Korean: 720-588-0075

Mongolian: 720-251-4781

Thai: 720-515-4883

Asian Chamber of Commerce: 720-828-3308

APDC Victim Assistance: 720-394-7909

Consciousness is power. Consciousness is education and knowledge. Consciousness is becoming aware.

Yuri Kochiyama

We have to start seeing people as human beings. Our entire humanity depends on that.

Lisa Ling

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Learn & Get Involved

Watch these videos located on the Tool-Kit page.

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PDFs

PDF 1

PDF 2

 PDF 3 

PDF 4

Videos

VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

 VIDEO 3 

VIDEO 4

9/25

Action Against Hate 

Workshop

Redline Contemporary Art Center

9/10-10/10

inVISIBLE | hyperVISIBLE

Art Exhibit, Public Lecture & Workshop on Asian America Redline Contemporary Art Center