At Primary, we stand together with the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community. This week’s shootings in Atlanta were hateful acts of violence. We must stand against hate crimes and bigotry, and stand with those affected by them. This week’s edition of Using Our Words contains helpful resources for parents and kids, recommended by our team members and community.
Something to do: A guide to bystander intervention from Hollaback.
Something to explore: Dear Asian Youth, a youth-led organization that “strives to empower, educate, and uplift Asian youth.”
Something to download: Young, Proud, and Sung-Jee, a free e-book about fighting anti-Asian racism during COVID.
Something for the grown-ups: Learning for Justice’s series on addressing anti-Asian bias with children.
Two things to read with kids: Eyes That Kiss in the Corners and Drawn Together.
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