Category: Solidarity

NSC knows that it is important to unite with other groups fighting Anti-Asian violence and for peace and justice. NSC seeks to promote solidarity between communities and various nationalities.

Living Legacies from the 1969 Occupation of Alcatraz

By MARY UYEMATSU KAO January 29, 2022 Rafu Shimpo Japanese Americans were imprisoned in concentration camps by the U.S. governement in 1942 and stripped of their Constitutional Rights. Many of these camps were set up on indigenous tribal reservations against the wishes of those reservations. Regardless, there is a long history of solidarity between Japanese… Read more »

Support the Roque Family! Defeat Anti-Asian Violence!

Visit the Filipino Migrant Center support page to find out how to take action. In particular, help us get more organizations to sign on to the letter to Gascón to pursue a full investigation.

AAPI DATA Report Shows AAPI Activism Raised Awareness of Hate Crimes

A new survey by AAPI DATA shows that awareness of anti-Asian violence and hate crimes is higher than for other groups, indicating the effectiveness of the #StopAsianHate campaign and related activism. The survey also indicates that Mixed Race and Black people experienced the most hate crimes, followed by Asian Americans. 19% of multiracial people said… Read more »

Win Justice for Christian Hall!

On December 30, supporters of Justice for Christian Hall and all victims of police violence joined together in cities across the country to honor the life of Christian Hall, who was killed while holding his hands up by PA State Troopers in Stroudsburg, PA. It was the one-year anniversary of his killing, Dec. 30, 2020,… Read more »