Celebrities and large companies are using the hashtag #StopAsianHate to defend the Asian community against recent racist attacks.
Across the country, there has been an uptick in hate against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and an increased level of violence, much of which has been targeted towards vulnerable elders. See how celebrities and companies across the nation are showing their support for the Asian community and spreading awareness below.
Asian American Chrissy Teigen posts an infographic on Instagram about how to be an ally.
I hope that these people understand that you will not get away with racially motivated, unprovoked attacks on the a… https://t.co/DVrr4eaPFM— Henry Golding (@Henry Golding)1612543123.0
Crazy Rich Asians lead Henry Golding quotes a tweet from fellow Asian actor, Daniel Dae Kim, writing that "Justice will be served" to those committing these "unprovoked attacks".
Actress Olivia Munn joins the fight and posts a video detailing the harsh truth of what is going on in our country.
Daniel Dae Kim
Daniel Dae Kim has been an active leader in the movement to help stop these hate crimes. He took to Instagram to share statistics and more awareness about what is going on right now, and what you can do to help raise awareness.
Fashion designer Phillip Lim also took to Instagram to share a personal story and five ways to stand with him to #StopAsianHate
As racist hate crimes continue to rise—I stand with the AAPI community. #StopAsianHate #StopAAPIHate— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa Milano)1613801471.0
Actress Alyssa Milano took to Twitter to show her support as she stands with the Asian American Pacific Islander community.
Large fashion label Maison Valentino was one of few large fashion corporations to speak up about the movement.
As a part of our ongoing commitment to promote racial equality and social justice, we stand with the Asian communit… https://t.co/U9QOKEhNi3— NBA (@NBA)1614124603.0
The National Basketball Association shared a statement on Twitter, telling their followers that they condemn any form of hate, and seek to "lift up the Asian community."
Adidas shares their message on Instagram, plugging the helpful resource www.stopaapihate.org.
Benefit Cosmetics came to show their support and offer resources on Instagram, sharing that they "will always lend [their] voice to amplify those being unjustly silenced."
Warner Bros. Pictures
The violent attacks on Asian-Americans are something none of us should tolerate. #StopAAPIHate #StopAsianHate https://t.co/xcwgKWez1s— Warner Bros. Pictures (@Warner Bros. Pictures)1614112262.0
WarnerMedia shares their stance on the matter on Twitter, detailing that their stories "wouldn't exist without diverse voices and perspectives.", and show that they are in full support of the Asian community.
For more information on the pressing matter, and information on how you can help, visit www.stopaapihate.org