A Pledge to Fight Hate Crimes Together


In recent months, social media has been filled with malicious allegations and misinformation against Chinese people over fears of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

On February 25, 2020, more than 70 Jewish organizations from across the US, including the rabbinical bodies of the four major branches of Judaism, signed a letter of support for Chinese Americans and the Chinese communities.

On May 12, 2020, the New York Times reported that the Anti-Defamation League chronicled more than 2,100 anti-Semitic incidents in the United States in 2019. This is a 12 percent jump from the year before and the most in any year since the Anti-Defamation League began tracking four decades ago. These incidents have been reported in every state except Alaska and Hawaii.

Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA) pledges our solidarity and support for our Jewish friends by standing shoulder to shoulder alongside them to denounce these incidents of hatred and racial intolerance that have no place in our country. We intend to work with our Jewish brothers in bringing these hate crimes to a halt and erase them forever using whatever social and legal means available.

Asian Americans are relatively new to civil rights, self-empowerment movements and we have a lot to learn from our Jewish friends. With your guidance and mentorship, we will join forces to fight this battle and war in partnership!

Moreover, APAPA will work to mobilize fellow ethnic and mainstream organizations to co-sign this pledge to denounce hate crimes, verbal abuse and all injustices against our fellow citizens!

Kenneth Fong                                               C.C.Yin                                                Yen Marshall

APAPA Nat’l. Governing Board Chair            APAPA Founder & Chair Emeritus      APAPA Nat’l. Executive Dir

Submit Your Pledge

Include your name and organization’s name below to be added to the list of pledges united to fight hate crime.

A Pledge to Fight Hate Crimes Together 

Supporting Diverse Community Organizations List

The 1882 Foundation

NAAUnited (National Asian American United) 

American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)

Asian American Journalists Assn. (AAJA)

Asian/Pacific Bar Assn. of Sac (ABAS)

Asian Pacific American Leadership Institute (APALI) 

Asian/Pacific Islander Am. Chamber of Commerce & Entrepreneurship (ACE)

Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC)

Asian American Unity Coalition (AAUC)

API Community Leaders Coalition of Oregon (APICO)

Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA)

California Pharmacists Association

Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA)

Cal Asian Chamber

Chinese for Affirmative Actions (CAASF)

Civic Leadership USA (CLUSA)

Committee of 100

Council of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Assn. (CAOMA)

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)-SV

Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans 

Ding Ding TV

Emerge California

Greater Sac. Vietnamese Am. Chamber of Commerce (GSVACC)

Hindu American Foundation (HAF)

Hmong Innovating Politics (HIP)

Hmong National Development (HND)

Humanity Forward

Indian Association of Sacramento (IAS)

Japanese American Citizens League (JACL)

League of Women Voters Sacramento County 

NAACP Sacramento Branch

Nat’l. Assn. of Korean Americans (NAKA)

Nat’l. Asian Pacific Amer. Families Against Substance Abuse (NAPAFASA) 

Nat’l. Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF)

Nat’l Council of Chinese Americans (NCCA)

Nat’l. Federation of Indian American Assoc. (NFIA)

OCA National

Russian American Media (RAM)

Sacramento Chinese of Indochina Friendship Assn. (SCIFA)

Slavic-American Chamber of Commerce

South Bay Chinese Club (SBCC)

TOFA of Sacramento, Inc.

United Chinese Americans (UCA)

NAACP CA State Chapter

Tsinghua Alumni Academia Club (TAAC)

Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF

Assn. of Asian Pacific Community Health Org. (AAPCHO)

Hispanic 100

Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 

California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce


American Society of Chinese Medicine

Nat’l. Federation of Filipino American Assns. (NaFFAA)

Ohio Chinese American Association (OCAA)

APAPA-Ohio State Chapter (APAPA-OSC)

Asian Services in Action (ASIA)

APAPA-Utah Chapter (APAPA-UTC)

APAPA Houston Texas Chapter (APAPA-HTC)

Hindu American Political Action Committee (HAPAC)

APAPA-Albany Chapter (APAPA-ALC)

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