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Act To Change
is a nonprofit standing up to bullying among youth — including Asian American, Pacific Islander, Sikh, Muslim, LGBTQ+, and immigrant youth.
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Act To Change 7h
"Youa Vang doesn’t know George Floyd’s family, but she does know their pain."
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Act To Change 8h
We can NOT stay silent anymore. It's time for the community to speak up and support the movement.
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Act To Change 9h
This , let's be LOUDER and more COLORFUL than ever before. Let's RIOT for equality and justice for all our communities.
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Act To Change 10h
Join us MONDAY for SOLIDARITY CONVOS: AAPIs for Black Lives.
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Act To Change 10h
Eventually, doctors will find a cure for the . But it's up to US to cure the virus of .
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Act To Change 13h
You posted on your Instagram on . Now what? Here are some ACTION items that you can do today to help the movement.
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Yamiche Alcindor Jun 4
Disturbing. And, look at 8 seconds in: One officer tried to check on the man bleeding from the head. That seemingly well meaning officer was motioned away by another officer. Dozens walked by and the one who tried to helped was moved along.
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Angry Asian Man Jun 4
"I'm not saying we were the ones who killed George Floyd. But we have to be the ones who pull that cop off his neck!"
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NBC Asian America Jun 4
Youa Vang, whose son was killed by Minneapolis police in 2006, calls the moment a "fight for humanity."
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Human Rights Campaign Jun 4
Iyanna Dior, a Black transgender woman, was attacked in Minneapolis on June 1. We must take action to end the epidemic of violence against the trans and gender non-conforming community, especially Black trans women.
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Act To Change 15h
"The hard conversations with our parents, uncles & aunties about white supremacy, anti-Black racism, & solidarity are not usually easy", but they're more important than ever today. Let's our families and communities.
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Advancing Justice-LA Jun 4
We continue to stand in solidarity. Our full statement:
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The Official STOMP Out Bullying™ Jun 4
Hatred and prejudice are contagious and cause pain to others. There is no room in this world for hatred, bias, discrimination or violence! Let's tear down the barriers & end the hate! Join the campaign. Learn more ➡️
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HATEISAVIRUS Jun 4
Where do you think the framework for Asian American activism comes from? We learned how to community organize, protest, use our voices, create publications and more all from the Black community. We learned that you can’t beat the system by working harder for it. Speak up.
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Nextshark Jun 4
Indian American Hero Shelters Over 70 Protesters During Curfew Hours
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Anti-Bullying Alliance #AntiBullyingWeek 20h
At ABA we take pride in being united w. many charities in the UK & 🌍 against bullying. We support and will continue to support the movement. We will continue to listen, learn & challenge ourselves in the fight against racism and racist bullying.
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NBC Asian America Jun 4
“EVERYTHING IN MY STORE WILL BE REPLACEABLE,” one shop owner wrote, “while lives are being senselessly lost, on a way too regular basis, is the way bigger issue.”
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Angry Asian Man Jun 4
Are you... for real?
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Act To Change Jun 4
Here are some things we need to change in culture. Thank you !
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Act To Change Jun 4
This should not be a war between two minority communities. We are tired of , and that's the virus we should all be fighting TOGETHER.
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