Welcome to the Asian American Podcasters Association’s #StopAsianHate information portal. Here, you will find AAP’s Statement and useful resources you can use RIGHT NOW.

Please email or call us if you would like time for an interview with an AAP representative: info@aapodcasters.org or (212) 655-9840.

We have hosted AAPI Fireside Chats, and if you would like us to do so for your group or organization, please contact us at the above-listed email and phone. Thank you so much.

AAP Condemns Racism, Hate, and Violence AND Calls All Podcasters to Use Their Platforms to Support AAPIs

March 24, 2021

(NEW YORK) — The Asian American Podcasters Association (AAP) condemns racism, hate, and violence and reinforces the critical need to be purposely inclusive of all people. As content creators, editors, hosts, and producers, we are uniquely positioned to use our platforms for good and to serve as resources for constructive conversations.

Change starts with each of us. Thus, AAP is calling on ALL podcasters to take action — whenever and wherever possible, including on your show.

Suggested Drop for Your Next Episode:

“In other news, please join me in stopping Asian and Asian American hate by speaking up and doing what you can to be part of the solution. Please support and stand up for equality for all people of color. It can be as simple as letting your network know that you are an ally and that you’re checking in on friends. I’ll put a link in this episode’s show notes for more information on #stopasianhate.”
(LINK: http://www.AAPodcasters.org/stopasianhate)

We also urge all podcasters to reach out to us to highlight and showcase AAPI showrunners and their various expertise on given topics. We have an AAP Speakers Bureau and are more than happy to introduce you to any one of our listed podcasters.

AAP is grateful to those podcasters who have consistently shown up as allies for AAPIs – and all other people of color. Such allyship affects how Asians and Asian Americans are seen and treated – and promotes positive change for a more inclusive and compassionate society across this nation.

More information and resources, including podcasts, news articles, and advocacy organizations can be found on the AAP website, at http://www.AAPodcasters.org/stopasianhate/.

For AAPIs: Do not be silent any longer; you have a point of view that can benefit us — and the world. So, please accept our invitation to join us at our next AAP Fireside Chat (link is above). All are welcome.

— The Asian American Podcasters Association


AAP’s Podcast Directory of more than 740 shows: http://www.aapodcasters.org/directory/
Masked Kids, 6th Graders in Chinatown who wrote a podcast episode about discrimination due to Coronavirus
Defining Safe: The Spread of Coronavirus and Anti-Asian Racism, an audio essay from Northwestern University reporters
Model Minority, winner of the Golden Crane Podcast Award, https://nshastr2.wixsite.com/modelminority
Self-Evident, Asian America’s Stories
, winner of the Golden Crane Podcast Award, https://selfevidentshow.com/
Dear White Women, a co-hosted show about moving the needle with conversations around race, identity, happiness and more. https://www.dearwhitewomen.com/

How Parents Can Support Kids Through (and beyond) the Latest Wave of Anti-Asian American Violence 
Hate crime: How parents can support kids through the latest wave of anti-Asian American violence – CNN  

I’m Helping My Korean-American Daughter Embrace Her Identity to Counter Racism:

How to Talk to Kids about Anti-Asian Racism:

The Coronavirus Doesn’t Discriminate and Neither Should We – Stand with our Asian-American Community Against Hate!  


StudentVoice.org: #StopAsianHate: Resources for Teaching & Learning

Bystander Intervention Training:

Videos about Asian American History:



https://www.weareresonate.com @ResonateVoices

Reporting Asian Hate Crimes:

• Stop AAPI Hate,  https://caasf.org/stop-aapi-hate/

Stand Against Hatred, https://www.standagainsthatred.org/

Anti-Asian Racism, Harvard University: https://camhs.huhs.harvard.edu/anti-asian-racism-resource

Hashtags for Social Media Posting:






Asian Americans Advancing Justice in Atlanta

Coalition for Asian American Children and Families

Asian American Federation

Red Canary SongCenter for Anti-Violence Education