Anti-Racism Resources
Anti-Asian Resources

Below is list of resources related to racism to support the NYCCAP community during these distressing times. You are welcome to share links with your colleagues, students, fellow health professional educators, and others. 
Anti-Asian Violence Resources

NYC:  A movement to end harassment in public spaces powered by local activists:

AACAP's statement:

AACAP Stands Together with Our Asian American Community

AACAP stands together with our Asian American community. The growing number of violent acts perpetrated against Asian Americans serve as stark reminders that there is still much work to do to address hate, racism, and xenophobia.

AACAP's Resource Library:


ADL:  Fighting Hate for Good
Pyramid of Hate:

Sesame Street Town Hall

National Museum of African American History
The Pyramid of Hate illustrates the prevalence of bias, hate and oppression in our society. It is organized in escalating levels of attitudes and behavior that grow in complexity from bottom to top. Like a pyramid, the upper levels are supported by the lower levels.

White Coats For Black Lives
Demand that academic medical centers serve the healthcare needs of their local communities, particularly the needs of patients of color. Promote the allocation of funding for interventions that dismantle racism in the delivery of medical care.

PsychHub: Packed list of bo

Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup from Pretty Good

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