AAF COVID-19: COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Sharing resources and information to help nonprofits navigate these uncertain times
These safety resources teach targeted individuals how to de-escalate threatening situations and defend themselves in the event of a bias incident or hate crime. The translated flyers offer strategies intended to help individuals safely intervene if they see someone being targeted or to use verbal and/or physical methods to safely exit a charged situation.
Download our safety one-pagers in multiple languages
The spread of the coronavirus has led to a rise in anti-Asian sentiment and actions. When you report an incident that happened to you through this form, you are helping AAF track these bias incidents in the tri-state area so that we can better advocate for the safety of our community and strengthen the response to these crimes.
If you have experienced a physical assault, physical menacing, verbal harassment/name-calling, being barred from an establishment or transportation, workplace discrimination, shunning, or other form of racial bias, please tell us your story. We do not share your personal information with law enforcement or immigration. Your reporting will not put you at risk for deportation or affect your ability to apply for a green card or citizenship.
You may choose to report your story anonymously. All personal information will be kept confidential unless we explicitly receive permission from you. Thank you for being brave and coming forward and empowering others with your story. Please describe in detail what happened in the form.