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Dear White Women


Jun 3, 2020

Unless you’ve tuned out of the news altogether, you will have noted that our President has used language referring to the COVID-19 pandemic as “the China virus.” 

How do you think that has impacted the Asian-American population in our country? The stats of hate crimes and discrimination are clear - 1700 incidents reported within six weeks of tracking. It’s happening. If you’re not Asian but want to do something, where do you even begin to be an ally?

Have questions, comments, or concerns?  Email us at hello@dearwhitewomen.com

What to listen for: 

  • Misasha’s personal story of being uncomfortable in the South
  • Examples of racism - sometimes deadly - against Asian individuals during the COVID-19 era
  • Various administration and senator’s words and actions, both encouraging discrimination and against discrimination
  • Organizations that are here to help, including Stop AAPI Hate and Act to Change including their AAPI giving campaign
  • What you can do as an ally or helpful bystander
  • Best tips to maintain your mental health if you’re subject to discrimination

If you’d like to educate yourself on how to combat Asian American racism via the 24-minute video we referenced in the episode, here it is

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