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Asian American Business Center Development - Coronavirus fears are breeding racism against Asian Americans by John Wang
Asian American Business Development Center Joint Statement to Oppose Anti-Asian Racism During Coronavirus Crisis- (Statement) n.d.
Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) Joint Statement Denouncing Anti-Asian Racism During Coronavirus Outbreak- (Statement) 3/19/20
Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association Statement on U.S. Response to Coronavirus Outbreak- (Statement) 2/23/20
Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) Asian People Are Not a Disease- (Statement) 3/20/20
Korean American Coalition (KAC) KAC's Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)- (Statement) n.d.
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association NAPABA Denounces Use of Racist Language to Describe Coronavirus- (Statement) 3/18/20
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association 260+ Organizations Call on Congress to Denounce Anti-Asian Racism- (Statement) 3/11/20
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Organizational Statement on Discrimination and the Coronavirus- (Statement) 2/24/20
National Association of Asian American Professionals Statement from the NAAAP on Xenophobia and Racism in Response to Coronavirus- (Statement) 3/4/20
National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development In Response to Xenophobia Fueled by Coronavirus Epidemic, National CAPACD Stands with Chinatown Businesses- (Statement) n.d.
American Journal of Public Health: Borders, Laborers, and Racialized Medicalization- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 2011
American Journal of Public Health: Policies of Containment: Immigration in the Era of AIDS- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 1994
Emerging Infectious Disease: Fear and stigma: the epidemic within the SARS outbreak.- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 2004
Global Social Welfare Journal: The Politics of Disease Epidemics: a Comparative Analysis of the SARS, Zika, and Ebola Outbreaks- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 2018
Health Policy and Ethics: Social Justice in Pandemic Preparedness- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 2012
The Journal of Infectious Diseases: Stigma in the Time of Influenza: Social and Institutional Responses to Pandemic Emergencies- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 2008
The Lancet: Anti-Chinese sentiment during the 2019-nCoV outbreak- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 2020
UTP Journals Press: Multiculturalism, Racism and Infectious Disease in the Global City: The Experience of the 2003 SARS Outbreak in Toronto- (Peer Reviewed Journal) 2006
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum AAPI Women 3x More Likely to Report Racist Discrimination Than Men Over Last Week- (Report) 3/30/20
CNN - With the spread of coronavirus came a surge in anti-Asian racism online, new research says (Press Release) 4/10/20
Anti-Defamation League Reports of Anti-Asian Assaults, Harassment and Hate Crimes Rise as Coronavirus Spreads- (Blog) 3/26/20
Committee of 100 C100 Statement on Racism Against Chinese-Americans During Novel Coronavirus Outbreak and Uniting to Assist America in This Time of Need- (Press Release) 3/25/20
OCA - Asian Pacific American Advocates OCA and Over 180 Organizations Petition White House and Others for Swift Action on Anti-AAPI Hate Crimes- (Press Release) 3/24/20
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance National Organization of Asian American and Pacific Islander Working People Releases Guidance on How to Protect AAPI Workers in light of COVID-19- (Press Release) 3/5/20
Huff Post: Self-Care Tips For Asian Americans Dealing With Racism Amid Coronavirus- (Article) 4/1/20
Truthout: Asian Innocence, Black Guilt: What David Dao Tells Us About Violence and the White Imaginary- (News Analysis) 4/20/17
University of Pennsylvania: Why Leadership Diversity Matters in Handling Crises Like COVID-19- (Statement) 3/23/20
PEN America: Webinar Recording | Hate, Xenophobia, and Covid-19: How Should Higher Ed Respond?