Month: March 2021

APALSA Statement Regarding Anti-Asian Hate Crimes and Discrimination

As Dean of the University of Connecticut School of Law, I join the statement below issued by the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association condemning Anti-Asian Hate Crimes and Discrimination. Our community stands against racism of every kind. No one should be subject to violence and incidents of hate. Yet, Asian Americans across the country […]

Statement on Anti-Asian Violence

UCONN ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN AMERICAN FACULTY AND STAFF (AAAFS) STATEMENT ON ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE The first cases of Covid-19 in the United States were reported in January 2020, and since that time there has been a massive increase in anti-Asian violence across the United States. STOP AAPI HATE notes that hundreds and sometimes thousands of reported […]

Statement from HESA’s Faculty in Solidarity with our Asian American Community

Dear HESA Community, It is, again, with heavy hearts that we reach out to you to name, acknowledge and reckon with racial violence impacting our communities. In particular, our Asian and Asian American communities are under attack. Everywhere we turn, we are surrounded by racial injustices and increasing onslaught of anti-Asian violence across our nation. […]

ODI’s Statement on Anti-Asian Racism

Since January 2020, instances of Anti-Asian aggression, bias, and violence have increased drastically across the United States. According to Stop AAPI Hate.pdf, the country’s leading coalition documenting and addressing Anti-Asian hate and discrimination during the COVID-19 Pandemic, people of Asian descent have been caught in cycles of harassment and violence as they have been scapegoated […]