Resources on Coronavirus & White Supremacy

Anti-Asian Racism in the US

A Community-Centered Response to Violence Against Asian American Communities

Asian Fetishization IS white supremacy

Watch Whiteness Work: A White Man Kills 6 Asian Women, and a White Cop Says He ‘Had a Bad Day’

Asian Americans see shooting as a culmination of a year of racism

Why This Wave of Anti-Asian Racism Feels Different

Red Canary Song

Mari Matsuda: Critical Race Theory is not Anti-Asian

Asians must be a part of our story, too

Asian Americans report over 650 racist acts over last week, new data says

This Is What It’s Like To Be An Asian Woman In The Age Of The Coronavirus

The Slur I Never Expected to Hear in 2020

Spit On, Yelled At, Attacked: Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety

As Coronavirus Spreads, So Does Xenophobia and Anti-Asian Racism

When Asian-Americans Have to Prove We Belong

Officials decry anti-Asian bigotry, misinformation amid coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus Racism Infected My High School

White People: Standing Up to Anti-Asian Racism During a Pandemic

A Town Hall on Anti-Asian Racism: Race, Struggle & Solidarity in the Time of a Global Pandemic

Yellow Peril Teach-In Resources

Disproportionate Impact of Coronavirus on People of Color in the US

Weekly series: “Under the Blacklight: The Intersectional Failures that COVID Lays Bare” – Visit the African American Policy Forum’s youtube channel to access series on video here or Visit host Kimberlé Crenshaw’s podcast Intersectionality Matters to listen to the series here

Pandemics: A history of discrimination

Black Families Were Hit Hard by the Pandemic. The Effects on Children May Be Lasting.

What the Racial Data Show

Black Skin, White Masks: Racism, Vulnerability & Refuting Black Pathology

‘Those numbers take your breath away’: Covid-19 is hitting Chicago’s black neighborhoods much harder than others, officials say

Two pueblos have some of the highest infection rates in US

Indian Country’s COVID-19 Syllabus

70 Percent of People Killed in Chicago by the Coronavirus Are Black

Ring the Alarm: COVID-19 Presents Grave Danger to Communities of Color

African Americans Have Contracted and Died of COVID-19 at an Alarming Rate

Virus in N.Y. Takes Bigger Toll on Hispanics and Blacks

COVID-19: Using a Racial Justice Lens Now to Transform Our Future

Social Distancing Is a Privilege

Coronavirus Pandemic and Black People: An Action Plan to Protect Our Community

About 4 in 10 Latinos in New York City have lost their jobs because of coronavirus

The Racial Time Bomb in the Covid-19 Crisis

Race Forward Statement on the Coronavirus Emergency, Official Response and its Impacts on Communities of Color

How Racial Health Disparities Will Play Out in the Pandemic

Zoombombing University Lectures Brings Racism Home

Why I don’t feel safe wearing a face mask

COVID-19: Journalists of Color Racial Equity Focused Articles (compiled by Equity Matters)

Coronavirus and Mass Incarceration

The Coronavirus Crisis Inside Prisons Won’t Stay Behind Bars

A Woman Died of COVID-19 in a New Jersey Prison after Begging To Be Let Out of a Locked Shower

‘We’re Left for Dead’: Fears of Virus Catastrophe at Rikers Jail

Inmate says she was left ‘basically for dead’ in room at N.J. prison after getting sick amid coronavirus outbreak

How Bill Barr’s COVID-19 Prisoner Release Plan Could Favor White People

Coronavirus Capitalism

“How to Beat Coronavirus Capitalism”


Fascists Are Using COVID-19 to Advance Their Agenda. It’s Up to Us to Stop Them.

10 Ways to Fight for Social Justice During the Coronavirus Pandemic

All of Us or None (Northern NJ)

NJ Institute for Social Justice

COVID-19 Resources For Incarcerated People

Color of Change COVID-19 Relief Priorities

COVID-19: Using a Racial Justice Lens Now to Transform Our Future

Mutual Aid 101

Speaking Up Against Racism Around the New Coronavirus

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