Right To Be
How to Respond to Harassment for People Experiencing Anti-Asian/American Harassment

Many folks who belong to the Asian/American and Pacific Islander community want to know — how do I take care of myself when I experience harassment? 

If that’s a question you’re asking — this training is for you.

Laura Albert

This training addresses various real-life scenarios and how to approach them with a toolbox of techniques. It’s informative and empowering– I feel prepared to go out and help people in need.

Training Description
What will you learn?

There are several questions that you may be asking yourself. 

Right To Be is offering this highly interactive training where you’ll learn our methodology for responding to harassment: 1) Trust your Instincts, 2) Reclaim Your Space, and 3) Practice Resilience. 

You’ll learn how your identities can shape your experience of harassment and the impact that harassment has on you and your community as a whole. We’ll talk about what to look for when assessing your safety and how to determine if responding in the moment is the right action or not. We’ll also take a deep dive into how to build your resilience on an individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and societal front. 

You’ll leave with new tools on how to respond to harassment, whether your response is in the moment while that harassment is happening or long-term.

Partners in the Movement
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC

In response to the rise in anti-Asian/American and Xenophobic Harassment, Right To Be partnered with Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC to adapt our free training to support the Asian/American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. 

The Asian Americans Advancing Justice affiliation | AAJC has been documenting stories of anti-Asian hate crimes and hate incidents since 2017 at www.StandAgainstHatred.org, which is available in English, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. 

To address the rising number of anti-Asian hate crimes and offer training to communities nationwide, we are now also partnered with Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Asian Law Caucus, Asian Americans Advancing Justice Chicago, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles.



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