Social Justice Resources


Asian Network at Yale is committed today, tomorrow, and the long road ahead to dismantle anti-Blackness, together as allies to the Black community. 

Call to Action

We call the Asian Network at Yale and other members of the Yale community to take action through discussion, advocacy, and pledging to make lasting change. 


Many resources are already available online, in books, films, and through the work of other organizations to dismantle institutional racism. The Social Justice Ad Hoc Committee has curated the following online resources based on the actionable steps it has pledged to take for the Asian Network at Yale community. We welcome greater participation in this ongoing conversation to build empathy, to develop understanding, and to seek justice for the Black community.


Black Lives Matter - learn about the movement worldwide 


Asian American Racial Justice Toolkit - this toolkit is a project of love from the grassroots, from and by Asian American communities 


Voter Registration in Connecticut - understand your rights as a U.S. citizen, get involved, and make your voice heard

20+ Allyship Actions for Asians to Show Up for the Black Community Right Now: English | Korean | Chinese (简体) | Tamil | Malayalam | Japanese


AAPI Addiction and Mental Health Resources - list of mental health and substance abuse resources specifically for AAPI community.


Letters for Black Lives - use these open letters in over 50 languages to talk about anti-blackness with family, friends, and colleagues

Project Implicit - take Harvard’s implicit bias tests - if you’re short on time, we recommend you take the race implicit association test.

Bystander Intervention - learn about the 5 D’s of intervening and what you can do to take action against harrassment in public spaces. Resources for harrassment on the street, online, and in the workplace are also available.