H&M's statements about forced labor in Xinjiang have angered both Chinese and human rights groups.
Stop AAPI Discrimination and Mistrust
We stand with those fighting against bias and the discrimination and abuse it generates. Below are resources that may be useful to those who have been victims of hateful language or worse as well as resources to help teach about these problems and mobilize against them.
- Anti-Asian Violence Resource Card
- Bystander Intervention Training
- California Attorney General Hate Crimes Info (English | Chinese)
- U.S. Department of Justice, Los Angeles, Hate Crimes reporting
- Los Angeles Times covers anti-Asian racism
- U.S. Department of Justice Hate Crimes
- USCI newsletter and infographics on Anti-Asian Hate Crimes, March 11, 2021
- Looking at the U.S. Justice Department's China Initiative
Messages, Remarks and Hearings
Joint Statement on Anti-Asian Hate and Violence, March 30, 2021 (Issued by seven USC departments and centers)
- President Biden and Vice President Harris' remarks about the ongoing attacks, March 19, 2021
- Written message from USC President Carol Folt, March 19, 2021
- Letter from USC Annenberg Dean Willow Bay, March 15, 2021
- Asian Mental Health Collective
- Stop AAPI Hate
- Stand Against Hatred
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles
- National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association
- The AAPI Community Fund
The USC U.S.-China Institute hosted a panel discussion to look at the biases and discrimination against Asians and Asian Americans, the resistance to it, the role America’s relationships with Asia play in shaping perceptions, and trends in Asian American political participation.
Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for an online panel discussion on the Belt and Road Initiative in Southeast and Central Asia.