Resources

Disclaimer: The presence of a certain organization or institution on this page is not an endorsement of said establishment. The following list does not reflect the views of Young Asian Leaders of America or its members. It is a compilation of resources for a variety of purposes relevant to diverse, civically-minded and engaged youth, and it will be updated regularly.

A3 FoundationInvests in Asian American media-creators and creating opportunities for them to succeed under more established artists

AAPI Victory Fund: Super PAC. Works towards getting AAPIs of all backgrounds (religions, ethnicities, languages, etc) to the polls in higher numbers.

Asian American Journalists Association: Multicultural journalism projects and programs for young people.

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association: Fosters meaningful involvement of Asian Americans in the legal profession, among other things. Some regional chapters below, more available here.

 National Immigration Law Center: Provides several services including advocacy for immigrant rights and community education resources.

 National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance: Inclusive and intersectional. Seeks to “develop leadership, promote visibility, educate our community, enhance grassroots organizing, expand collaborations, and challenge homophobia and racism.”

Southern Poverty Law Center: Provides several services, including tracking hate groups and crimes, kits for teaching tolerance, resources for reporting hate, and using staff of lawyers and advocates for impact litigation.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice: Making it more accessible for Asian Americans as well as others to report and track incidents of any kind of hate.