Yellow Peril Supports Black Power: A Reflection on Asian-Black Solidarity
There is a long and complex history between Asian American and Black communities in the United States. This Exploration Guide for students in high school touches on examples of Asian-Black solidarity, sources of conflict, and how we are all intertwined in the same struggle for liberation, as well as ideas for how to talk about race with your family and friends. We hope this gives you some tools to engage with race on a deeper level.
6 Ways Asian Americans Can Tackle Anti-Black Racism in Their Families | Everyday Feminism
Did this article provide you with any new tools for talking about anti-black racism? How might you use these suggestions in the future?View 6 Ways Asian Americans Can Tackle Anti-Black Racism in Their Families | Everyday Feminism
Seattle Asians For Black Lives Engaging In Racial Healing Work | South Seattle Emerald
Challenging a large & diverse community to examine their anti-Blackness can seem discouraging or overwhelming. Do you feel encouraged reading about this work happening in your own city? How can community groups work to address racism and build a shared understanding here in Seattle? Do you see yourself contributing to this work?View Seattle Asians For Black Lives Engaging In Racial Healing Work | South Seattle Emerald
*Monyee Chau | Instagram
The artist who created the image used on the title slide of this Exploration Guide has since issued an apology and revised the title. Please read through their reflection and carefully examine the phrase "Yellow Peril Supports Black Power." Is it useful to revive a phrase from previous movements? How can we support Black lives and liberation without centering or erasing Asian American struggles?View *Monyee Chau | Instagram