Resource list for non-black folks: Allyship, anti-racism and support to black communities

Filipinx for #BlackLivesMatter: Fighting Anti-Blackness in Our Own Community by Justine Abigail Yu

This article outlines what anti-Blackness looks like in the Filipino Community and talk about ways to address prejudice in our families.

A Filipino American Immigrant Unlearns Racism by Jon Meligrito

The story of Jon Melegrito, a 72 year old Filipino who's found ways to (Un)learn racism.

Letters for Black Lives: Tagalog

Mahal Kong Nanay, Tatay, Tita, Tito: Mahalaga Rin sa Amin ang Buhay ng Mga Itim. Dear Mom, Dad, Aunt, Uncle, Black Lives Matter to us too.

20+ Allyship Actions for Asians to Show up for the Black Communities right now by Michelle Kim

Unsure how to show solidarity to black communities? Start here.

How to talk about Anti-Blackness, and these protests in our Fil-Am circles.

In this instagram post, Dr. Therapinay outlines ways we can engage our Filipino families in conversations about anti-Black racism.

30+ ways Asians perpetuate Anti-black Racism everyday

Reflect on your internal bias by reading through ways we perpetuate anti-blackness on a regular basis.

Affirming Black Lives without Inducing Trauma (Resource List, including Cossandra Dillard's Black Minds Matter)

Educators have a responsibility to engage with students about this violence against Black men—and the white supremacist systems that allow it to continue. But they must do so without re-traumatizing Black students and with extra care for their mental health. These resources can help.

10 Questions to ask yourself before calling the Police on Black and Brown bodies by Cicely Blain

This article talks about how not to be complicit in police violence impacting black and brown people.

Your Kids aren't too young to talk about Race by Katrina Michie

Helpful resources for parents and caregivers in teaching kids about race.

Model Minority Myth again used as a racial wedge between Asians and Blacks by Chelsea Beck

The perception of universal success among Asian-Americans is being wielded to downplay racism's role in the persistent struggles of other minority groups, especially black Americans.

This information has been meticulously sourced from the three largest, most comprehensive and impartial crowdsourced databases on police killings in America:, the U.S. Police Shootings Database and