NAPABA HATE CRIME RESOURCES
Report a Hate Crime or Hate Incident
The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) has a nationwide network of nearly 90 affiliate organizations, and is an intake provider for the Alliance for Asian American Justice. NAPABA wants to ensure that local communities have the tools they need to address hate fueled attacks.
Combat Hate Crimes Toolkits
NAPABA and the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) have collaborated on a hate crime/incident toolkit that provides basic and critical information for victims, community based organizations, and community leaders.
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September 30, 2020
NAPABA "Defeating Hate: What are Hate Crimes and How We Can Stop Them"
February 25, 2021
NAPABA "Pandemic and Acts of Hate Against Asian Americans: From Past to Present"
April 17, 2021
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