This nine page virtual toolkit includes organizations to support, mental health resources and educational resources which combat violence against descendants of East / Southeast Asian and related communities who are located throughout the United States.
We Need to talk about Asian American Hate (YouTube video)
Formed in 2016, The Pitt Prison Education Program (PPEP) is a network of Pitt faculty members from across the disciplines who teach courses in prisons in the western PA region. Courses are taught every semester on a variety of topics at SCI Fayette, Laurel Highlands, and Somerset. They feature small class sizes comprising incarcerated students and Pitt undergraduates. The courses are modeled on the Inside-Out prison exchange program that enables incarcerated and non-incarcerated people to encounter one another as human beings. The emphasis on collaborative learning invites people on both sides of prison walls to learn in a supportive environment. The classes embody Pitt’s commitment to excellence and are grounded in the pursuit of intellectual rigor, social justice, and personal growth.
Register now for the 2021 Lavendar Law Conference & Career Fair - Wed., July 28 - Fri., July 30, 2021 in Los Angeles, CA.
- Mapping Police Violence
- Fatal Force--The Washington Post
- Criminal Law Reform--ACLU
- Reforming Police--ACLU
Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP)
2201 Wylie Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Black Girls Equity Alliance
711 West Commons; Third Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
The Warner Center
332 Fifth Avenue; Fourth Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Three Rivers Community Foundation
100 North Braddock Avenue; Suite 302
Pittsburgh, PA 15208