The Department of Mathematics condemns anti-Asian violence, racism, discrimination, and hate. We encourage you to explore the resources collected below to learn how to support our AAPI community and each other

March 31, 2021

The Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA), AFL-CIO Resource Guide on Anti-Asian Violence

For students, find where to get support and make a report

Asian Pacific American Student Development (APASD) offers advising and programming for Asian American, Pacific Islander, South Asian, Southwest Asian and North African (AA/PI/SSWANA) communities. 

Counseling and Psychological Services for Asian Pacific Islander Students (CAPS) is a resource listing counselors who specialize in working with AAPI students. CAPS also hosts a weekly discussion and support space for AAPI students. Students are welcome to drop-in. 

Employee Assistance is available to any staff member who would like to talk to a counselor. 

Stop AAPI Hate tracks and responds to incidents of hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, shunning, and child bullying against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders nationwide.

Learn how you can help when you see incidents of hate, violence and harassment through Bears that CARE - our active bystander training. 

Notice (and point out to your friends) the Emergency “Blue Light” Telephone stations located around campus. These can be used to notify UCPD that assistance is needed. If you need help, dial 911 or use a blue light emergency phone (located throughout the campus and identified by a blue light on top of the phone box or column).

Additionally, here is a list of resources that Berkeley's Black Staff and Faculty Organization recently sent out to help us support our Asian colleagues: