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In need of a virtual workshop presenter for your next fraternity/sorority convention or council/chapter retreat? Consider reaching out to our NAPA Speakers Bureau—a vetted collective of professionals that encompass a variety of subject matter expertise.

University officials may reach out and make arrangements with speakers individually on a campus by campus basis. Speakers are vetted by the NAPA Board and are selected for their longstanding advocacy for APIDA fraternities and sororities.

Read more about the formation behind the speakers bureau in the press release.

Occupation: Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations, Howard University

Based out of: Washington, DC


Affiliation: Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Campus-Based Professional, Headquarters Volunteer, Foundation Volunteer, and APIDA Research

Topics include: South Asian American awareness, Identity development, LGBTQ-inclusion, hazing awareness, Social Justice, Alumni Relations.

Bilal Badruddin is an experienced higher education professional, with understanding of mission-driven work, both on- and off-campus.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Bilal is the son of Pakistani-immigrants. After graduating from high school, Bilal attended Temple University, where he studied Advertising Research. During his time in college, Bilal helped charter the Omicron Chapter of Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc, and was involved in various aspects of campus life including Residential Life and a dance team.

After receiving his Bachelor’s degree, Bilal went on to pursue a Masters in Higher Education Administration from Loyola University-Chicago. During his graduate study, Bilal held two Assistantships at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, IL, advising all Greek-letter organizations and hearing student conduct cases. During this time, Bilal began to his involvement with Delta Epsilon Psi’s National Council, as he helped charter the Alpha Kappa Chapter of the fraternity at the University Illinois at Chicago.

After graduating with his Master’s degree, Bilal worked Eastern Washington University as an Area Coordinator, and advised the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Diversified Greek Council, before transitioning to Colgate University. During his time at Colgate, Bilal served as the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs and later as the Assistant to the AVP / Dean of Residential Program & Student Support.

Upon leaving Colgate University, Bilal began his doctoral studies at Howard University, as a member of the inaugural cohort of the Higher Education Leadership & Policy Studies program. While pursuing his PhD, Bilal also works at Howard University’s Division of Development and Alumni Relations, as the Senior Special Assistant.

In addition to his work on-campus, Bilal has served as the Vice President of External Relations (2013-2016) and National President (2016-2018) of Delta Epsilon Psi Fraternity, Inc. and is currently the Inaugural Executive Director of the Delta Epsilon Psi Educational Foundation. During his time working for Delta Epsilon Psi, Bilal helped make Delta Epsilon Psi the first Trans*-inclusive fraternity, and closed any remaining underground chapters.

Bilal was recently elected to serve as the Vice Chair of the National APIDA Panhellenic Association, making him only the 2nd South Asian to do so.

Occupation: Researcher

Based out of: New York, NY


Affiliation: Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Headquarters Volunteer, APIDA Research

Topics include: History of Asian American Greek Letter Organizations; Asian American Online Identity; Decolonization of American Higher Education Institutions; Personal Branding; Navigating the Job Search; Silicon Valley Careers in Technology; Travel Hacking

Bryan Dosono holds a doctorate degree in Information Science and Technology. He has previously worked for technology companies such as Airbnb and Google, served government agencies such as NASA and the US Department of State, and cultivated research collaborations within the iSchool Inclusion Institute and Oxford Internet Institute. Through his membership in the New York Academy of Sciences and the Association for Computing Machinery, he actively promotes science, education, and public policy opportunities for students of color. He is a recipient of the Google Policy Fellowship, the Ronald E. McNair Graduate Fellowship, and the Balfour Fellowship. Within the fraternal community, Dosono volunteers for the headquarters of Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity and the National Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Panhellenic Association. Learn more at

Charles Andrean, 2023

Occupation: Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Northwestern University

Based out of: Chicago, IL


Affiliation: Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Campus-Based professional, Headquarters Volunteer

Topics include: Radical Love, Self-care, Gender and Masculinity, APIDA Identity Development, Social Justice, Hazing, Community Care, Accountability.

Charles Andrean (he/him) is a facilitator and guide who roots himself in radical love, healing, and liberation. His gifts include being a space-maker, cycle-breaker, truth-teller, and nepantlera. Charles empowers people to center their own healing and care, remember their inherent worthiness, and show up for others with responsibility.

Previously, he spent eight years working with sororities and fraternities, including time at Northwestern University and Iowa State University, where he created and launched initiatives on leadership and social justice. Charles was involved on the board for Lambda Phi Epsilon Asian-interest Fraternity for 10 years, which included having the opportunity to serve as the fraternity’s International President.

Charles completed his Master’s Degree in College Student Personnel at Southern Illinois University and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Charles enjoys spending time with himself, writing, convening with trees, dancing, karaoke-ing, and being in honest, present connection with others.

Occupation: Texas A&M University, Program Advisor

Based out of: College Station, TX


Affiliation: Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.

Available for: Facilitation

Experience in: Campus-Based Professional

Topics include: Sorority and Fraternity Life, Leadership Development, Identity Based Development, Career Development, small group facilitation.

Diana Lee (she, her, hers) is from the Central Texas area. She graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelors of Business Administration and received her Master of Education, Student Affairs in Higher Education at Texas State University. She is currently located in College Station, TX at Texas A&M University with the Department of Multicultural Services. Her current focus is advising APIDA student leaders and organizations to enhance the APIDA experience at Texas A&M. Diana is a sister of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. and a member of the Texas Association of College & University Student Personnel Administrators (TACUSPA).

Occupation: Quality Engineer at Siemens Healthineers

Based out of: Sacramento, CA


Affiliation: Pi Alpha Phi Fraternity

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Headquarters Volunteer

Topics include: Asian American Fraternity and Sorority History, Identity, and Branding.

Occupation: Strategic Planner

Based out of: New York, NY


Affiliation: Delta Phi Lambda Sorority

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Headquarters Volunteer, Foundation Volunteer

Topics include: Management, Reporting, Evaluation.

Occupation: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Program manager

Based out of: Philadelphia, PA


Affiliation: alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Campus-Based professional, Headquarters Volunteer

Topics include: Diversity and Inclusion, Motivating Change, Asian American Issues, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Alumni Relations, Intersectionality, Authentic Leadership

Helen currently serves as the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program Manager at a healthcare organization based out of Philadelphia. Helen is committed to making fraternity and sorority life more accessible and welcoming for students by strengthening campus partnerships and facilitating identity-centered conversations among students and staff.

Previously, Helen served as the Associate Director of Advising at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and Associate Director for Diversity and Co-Curricular Education within the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. She was the primary advisor for the Interfraternity Council but advised individual chapters in the Intercultural Greek Council and Panhellenic Council.

She brings extensive experience in higher education, including academic advising, fraternity and sorority life, multicultural affairs, and transition programs. Her work revolved around fostering leadership skills and community development for students of color. Helen has presented at the Annual National Conference for Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) and the Association and Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Annual Meeting.

Helen served as an International Leadership Board officer for alpha Kappa Delta Phi, International Sorority Inc. for more than five years. Most recently, she was the Professional Development Manager for the National Alumnae Board, designing initiatives at various levels of the organization.

Helen graduated from the Pennsylvania State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology. She later earned a Master of Education in College Student Affairs from Rutgers University and a Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics at the University of Pennsylvania.

She founded Modern Moai (, a digital gathering space to guide the professional development for Asian American women. She offers ways for people of diverse identities the space to connect and design their own experiences through coaching.

Occupation: Director, Student Rights and Responsibilities at University of California, San Francisco

Based out of: San Francisco, CA


Affiliation: Delta Phi Lambda Sorority

Available for: Facilitation

Experience in: Campus-Based professional, Headquarters Volunteer

Topics include: Student Conduct process, StrengthsQuest (leadership assessment), Restorative Justice (healing circle keeper and conference facilitator), Women Empowerment.

Maria is a student affairs professional from UCSF. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Child Development from the University of Georgia and her Master’s degree in Counselor Education and Student Affairs Administration from Clemson University.

Occupation: Wallin Education Partners, Scholar Advisor

Based out of: Minneapolis, MN


Affiliation: Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Campus-Based professional, Headquarters Volunteer

Topics include: Values-based recruitment, hazing prevention, new member education, LGBTQ awareness, and risk management.

Toubee believes in the power of education and the impact it can have on a person’s life, which is why he does what he does. Professionally, Toubee has worked as a campus-based Fraternity/Sorority Advisor at two different universities on opposite coasts; Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI, and California State University, Fullerton in Orange County, CA. At both institutions, Toubee oversaw strategic planning, expansion, risk management, and organizational conduct for the fraternity/sorority community. He also primarily advised fraternity/sorority members on leadership development, new member education, and values-based recruitment. Aside from higher education work, Toubee has volunteered for his fraternity, Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, Inc., ending his service as their Director of Education. In addition, Toubee has worked with the National APIDA Panhellenic Association on their LGBTQ initative facilitating their #OutandGreek campaign.

Toubee was born in a refugee camp in Thailand and came to the US with his family when he was 3 months old. He grew up in Michigan and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from Grand Valley State University as well as his Master’s Degree from Michigan State University. When not working, Toubee likes to get brunch, catch a movie, attend a group exercise class, or spend time with family. He loves it when he can do it all in one day.

Occupation: Assistant Director of Student Conduct at Emory University

Based out of: Atlanta, GA


Affiliation: Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Campus-Based professional, Headquarters Volunteer

Topics include: Asian American awareness, hazing awareness, social media, campus relations, student conduct, risk management.

Since 2000, Victoria has been involved with non-profit performing arts programs, working with the Britney Spears Foundation, American Idol, 50 Cent’s G-Unity Foundation, Jackie Chan’s Charitable Foundation, and Usher’s New Look Foundation. She has worked as Jackie Chan’s executive assistant for The JC Group International, LTD and has traveled from Mongolia to Miami, from Singapore to Spain, assisting in earthquake and drought relief efforts to being on the international promotional tour of “The Karate Kid” with Sony Pictures.

Victoria graduated from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art & Performing Arts with a major in Vocal Performance and is currently on the Board of Directors for Summer Stars Camp for the Performing Arts. Victoria has been featured in The Hollywood Reporter, MTV, People Magazine, Daily News, VH1, and Empire Magazine. She was mentioned in for the Jackie Chan Charity Bear Project, which she launched to benefit the JC Build a School Foundation.

Victoria earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and African American Studies from Syracuse University, where she was initiated into the Gamma Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. She completed her master’s degree in Professional Counseling and College Student Affairs from the University of West Georgia, where she served as the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council advisor.

Victoria is currently the Assistant Director of Student Conduct at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Since 2015, she has proudly served on the International Board of the largest Asian-interest fraternity, Lambda Phi Epsilon, as the Director of Chapter Development and is involved with the Association of Fraternity & Sorority Advisors and Association for Student Conduct Administration. Recently, Victoria was honored by the Southern Association of College Student Affairs (SACSA) with the Bobby E. Leach Award for significant contributions to the development of multicultural relations on campus.

Occupation: Kitchell CEM, Project Engineer

Based out of: San Francisco, CA


Affiliation: Pi Delta Psi Fraternity

Available for: Speaking and Facilitation

Experience in: Campus based professional, Headquarters Volunteer, and APIDA Research

Topics include: Asian American identity and history, Asian American Greek Letter Organizations, Critical Race Theory, Racial Justice and Multiculturalism, Campus Planning and Facilities Management, the intersection of architecture and higher education. .

Vigor is based out of San Francisco and currently working for a construction/project management firm on a several year Facilities Master Plan with the City College of San Francisco (CCSF). Prior to this role, he worked for five years in higher education/nonprofits, including campus life and activities, residential life, multicultural affairs, and academic advising. He holds a BS in Landscape Architecture from The Ohio State University and a MEd in Postsecondary Education and Student Affairs from University Southern California. He has co-authored a book chapter on the History of Asian American Greek Letter Organizations (AAGLOs) and on Resiliency of Young Professionals of Color in Upstate New York to be published. He has held leadership and volunteer positions in multiple national Asian American and higher education organizations, including ACPA, AFA, NAPA, and his fraternity, Pi Delta Psi.

Sexual Misconduct


Anti-sexual violence organization with a free, confidential, 24/7 national sexual assault hotline




National Organization for Victim Assistance is a leader in victim advocacy, education, and credentialing.


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  • Victim Assistance Helpline: 800-879-6682 (TRY-NOVA)


National Resource Center on Domestic Violence with VAWnet, housing thousands of materials on gender-based violence and related issues



Victim Connect Resource Center is a referral hotline where crime victims can learn about their rights and options confidentially and compassionately.



Crisis Text Line serves anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support via a medium of people already use and and trust: text.


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  • Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor


The Women’s Center Rape Crisis and Victim Services program is one of the most comprehensive and distinguished rape crisis centers in the Southwest. No matter the age or gender, victims of stranger and non-stranger sexual abuse and sexual assault find both hope and help here.


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  • 24-hour crisis hotline: 817-927-2737


Anti-Violence Project empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and supports survivors through counseling and advocacy.



At the National Domestic Violence Hotline, our highly trained expert advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone in the United States who is experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.


NAPA and RAINN Partnership

The National APIDA Panhellenic Association (NAPA) announced an association-wide partnership with RAINN (the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network), the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization, starting the Fall semester of 2020. Read more about the partnership here.

RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization and carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help survivors, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice. RAINN provides subject-matter expertise regarding sexual violence prevention, awareness, and response services to organizations as requested. NAPA serves to advocate the needs of its member organizations and provides a forum to share ideas and resources within its members. NAPA supports the development of positive relations through open communication with interfraternal partners to enrich the fraternal experience.

If you’re interested in requesting a training for your local charter, please contact your organization’s national board or email

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Stay involved with the latest research circulating the NAPA community by reading the monthly NAPA Research and Development Newsletter!

Please let us know if there are additional publications to add to this list. You can access additional papers, articles, and dissertations here.

Book Chapters

  • Chen, E. W. C. (2008). Asian Americans in sororities and fraternities: In search of a home and place. Brothers and Sisters: Diversity in College Fraternities and Sororities, 83-103. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
  • Chen, E. W. C. (2006). Constructing a Non-Asian identity: Asian American sisters in ‘White’ sororities, in Changing Cultures from Within: Communication and Asian American Women. Patina Productions.
  • Dosono, B., Badruddin, B., Lam, V. (2019). History of Asian American Greek-Letter Organizations. In Sasso, P. (2019). Foundations, Research, and Assessment of Fraternities and Sororities: Retrospective and Future Considerations. Stylus Publishing.
  • Gee, B., Seoh, H., Dosono, B. (2019). The National Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Panhellenic Association. In Sasso, P. (2019). Supporting Fraternities and Sororities in the Contemporary Era: Advancements in Practice. Myers Education Press.


  • Accapadi, M. M. (2005). Affirmations of identity: The story of a South Asian American sorority. Doctoral dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.
  • Dosono, B. (2019). Identity work of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on Reddit: Traversals of deliberation, moderation, and decolonization. Doctoral dissertation, Syracuse University.

Journal Articles

  • Badruddin, B. (2017). Lions, Tigers, and South Asian Greeks: Oh, My! The Opportunity for More Research!. Texas Education Review; Vol. 5, Issue 2.
  • Bonds, M. (2006). The continuing significance of race: A case study of the impact of welfare reform. Journal of African American Studies, 9(4), 18-31.
  • Chan, J. W. (1999). Asian American interest fraternities: Competing masculinities at play. Asian Pacific American Genders and Sexualities (p. 65).
  • Hughey, M. W. (2010). A paradox of participation: Nonwhites in white sororities and fraternities. Social Problems, 57(4), 653-679.
  • Park, J. (2008). Race and the Greek system in the 21st century: Centering the voices of Asian American women. NASPA Journal, 45(1), 103-132.
  • Park, J. J. (2012). Asian American women’s perspectives on historically White sorority life: A critical race theory and cultural capital analysis. Oracle: The Research Journal of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors, 7(2).
  • Tran, M. & Chang, M. (2019). Asian American Interest Fraternities: Fulfilling unmet needs of the loneliest Americans. New Directions for Student Services, 2019 (165), 73-85.

Magazine Articles

  • Dosono, B. (2019). Identity work in online fraternal spaces. Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Perspectives. 29-31.

Geographic Data

Dosono, B. (2020). NAPA Organization Chapter Locations. National APIDA Panhellenic Association.

Historical Data

Dosono, B., Badruddin, B., Lam, V. (2019). Asian American Greek Letter Organization (AAGLO) Directory. National APIDA Panhellenic Association.

Research fulfills an integral role in advancing NAPA’s mission.

Please fill out this research request form with as much detail as possible and a member of the NAPA Board will respond to your inquiry within 3 business days.

Other Shared Resources



  • A Jihad for Love (Documentary)
  • Angels in America
  • BPM (Beats Per Minute)
  • A Fantastic Woman
  • Happy Together
  • Moonlight


  • 10 Things I Can See From Here
  • Fairest
  • Sissy
  • Real Life
  • We Are Everywhere
  • Here For It
  • Take Me With You


Combat Anti-Black Racism





  • How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi
  • From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation by Keeanga Yamahtta-Taylor
  • Negroes With Guns by Robert F. Williams
  • The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L’Ouverture & The San Domingo Revolution by C.L.R. James
  • Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon
  • The Deacons For Defense – Armed Resistance & The Civil Rights Movement by Lance Hill
  • Let Your Motto Be Resistance: A Handbook For Organizing New Afrikan and Oppressed Communities for Self-Defense by The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
  • Pushout: the Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools by Monique W. Morris
  • So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
  • Black Feminist Thought Patricia Hill Collins
  • Black & Asian Solidarity in NYC: What We’ve Learned
  • The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander
  • Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • A Pledge with Purpose: Black Fraternities and Sororities and the Fight for Equality
  • America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to a New America
  • An African American and LatinX History of the United States
    Between the World and Me
  • Blindspot: The Hidden Biases of Good People
  • Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers her Superpower
  • Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-Create Race in the Twenty First Century by Dorothy E. Roberts
  • Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations
  • How to be an AntiRacist
  • Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption
  • Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor
  • Mindful of Race: Transforming Racism from the Inside Out
  • Race Matters
  • Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America
  • The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America
  • The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America by Khalil Gibran Muhammad
  • The Fire Next Time
  • The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color-blindness
  • The Next American Revolution: Sustainable Activism for the 21st Century
  • The Souls of Black Folks
  • The Warmth of Other Suns
  • White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism
  • Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: And Other Conversations About Race
  • Why Are So Many Black Men In Prison? By Demico Boothe
  • Words of Fire: An Anthology of African-American Feminist Thought

Take Action


  • 13th (Netflix)
  • I Am Not Your Negro (Amazon Prime)
  • Just Mercy (available free on Amazon Prime)
  • Whose Streets? (Hulu)
  • Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975
  • Free Angela & All Political Prisoners
  • Eyes on the Prize
  • The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution


  • When They See Us (Netflix)
  • If Beale Street Could Talk (Hulu)
  • Selma (available free on Amazon Prime)
  • Dear White People (Netflix)
  • Clemency
  • Do the Right Thing
  • Fruitvale Station
  • Higher Learning
  • The Hate You Give

Combat Anti-Asian Racism

History/Background Knowledge

Articles to Read

Books to Read

  • The Making of Asian America by Erika Lee
  • A New History of Asian America by Shelley Sang Hee Lee
  • Unraveling the “Model Minority” Stereotype: Listening to Asian American Youth by Stacey J. Lee
  • The Chinese in America by Iris Chang
  • Asian American Dreams by Helen Zia
  • American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang
  • We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation by Jeff Chang
  • Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White by Frank Wu
  • Yellow Peril! An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear by John Kuo Wei Tchen and Dylan Yeats
  • The Karma of Brown Folk by Vijay Prashad
  • Racial Melancholia, Racial Dissociation: On the Social and Psychic Lives on Asian Americans by David L. Eng and Shinhee Han
  • Immigrant Acts: On Asian American Cultural Politics by Lisa Lowe
  • Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong
  • Model Minority Imperialism by Victor Bascara
  • Asian American Dreams: The Emergency of an American People by Helen Zia
  • The Unpassing by Chia-Chia Lin
  • No-No Boy by John Okada
  • I Hotel by Karen Tei Yamashita
  • The Leavers by Lisa Ko
  • America is Not the Heart by Elaine Castillo
  • Everything I Never Told You by Lydia Lee
  • Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu
  • Dear Girls by Ali Wong
  • A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki

Podcasts/Recordings to Listen To

Films/Videos/Documentaries to Watch

Actions to Take

  • IMPACT Bay Area – Online Classes
      This 90-minute class will introduce strategies that can be helpful in the face of race-based harassment like adrenaline management, de-escalation, and verbal boundary setting, as well as bystander intervention. This class is for AAPI identified and presenting individuals. Registration required, limited to 25 participants in each class.
  • Hollaback! x Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC): Bystander Intervention Training
      The one-hour, interactive training will teach you Hollaback!’s 5D’s of bystander intervention methodology. We’ll start by talking about the types of disrespect that Asian and Asian American folks are facing right now — from microaggressions to violence — using a tool we call the “spectrum of disrespect.” You’ll learn what to look for and the positive impact that bystander intervention has on individuals and communities. We’ll talk through five strategies for intervention: distract, delegate, document, delay, and direct; and how to prioritize your own safety while intervening. We’ll have time at the end for practice, and you’ll leave feeling more confident intervening the next time you see Anti-Asian/American harassment online or in person.

Social Media Accounts to Follow

  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice
      Instagram: @advancingjustice_aajc
    • Facebook: @advancingjusticeaajc
  • Asian American Collective
      Instagram: @asianamericancollective
  • Honestly Asian Greeks
      Instagram: @honestlyasiangreeks
  • Dear Asian Youth
      Instagram: @dearasianyouth
  • Asian Boss Girl
      Instagram: @asianbossgirl
  • Stop AAPI Hate
      Instagram: @stopaapihate
  • Red Canary Song
      Instagram: @redcanarysong
  • Asian Mental Health Collective
      Instagram: @asianmentalhealthcollective
  • AAPI Women Lead
      Instagram: @aapiwomenlead