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Online Mosaic - Stopping Anti-Asian Hate

Online Mosaic is an innovate and multi-sectorial anti-hate project funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Department of Canadian Heritage. We are leveraging existing capacity as well as developing new capacity for stakeholders to successfully address online hate. 

A key part of the Online Mosaic project is the development of a network of real world, as well as online, stakeholders. We have developed cutting edge tools and process to identify, and allow for the crowdsourcing, of online hate content, particularly towards racial (e.g Asian) or religious (e.g. Muslim) communities. 

Through the development of better tools and process, the education of the public and other stakeholder, and the creation of anti-hate networks, we will be able to address the spread of online hate and its fuelling of real world violence. 

In order to flag, capture, and report online hate, we have developed technological solutions for stakeholders. Relying on the crowdsourcing of data, the Online Mosaic Applications for smartphones puts the power of reporting into the hands of the public. 

To build awareness among stakeholders, including elected officials at all levels of government on anti-Asian hate. This includes Federal, Provincial, Municipal, and First Nations and members of the public. 

Resources and tools developed by the Asian community. Use and share to increase awareness of, and capacity to address, anti-Asian Hate. 

Establishment of a network of stakeholders to develop a process for flagging and reviewing illegal online hate speech, share resources and best practices. 

As part of anti-racism initiatives offered by Foundation for a Path Forward and allied organizations, we have impacted over 400 students directly. We facilitate events to expose students to the lived experiences of different races and religions that make up the Canadian Mosaic. 

Additional curated resources and educational materials to further develop anti-racism in your home or organization. 

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Report Anti-Asian Hate

Participate in the beta testing of our latest apps for flagging, capturing, and reporting online hate. Through the power of crowdsourcing we are able to facilitate the removal of hateful content faster than ever before!

 

National Anti-Hate Alliance

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University of British Columbia

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Project 1907

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S.U.C.C.E.S.S

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Elimin8 Hate

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Chinese Canadian National Council for Social Justice (CCNC-SJ)

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Chinese Community Policing Services

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Vancouver Asian Film Festival

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The Vancouver Police Department

 

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Awareness Building Events and Programs

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Anti-Racist Tool Kits: #StopAsianHate

Research and Resources

 

Foundation for a Path Forward is pleased to share the following resources with you to further develop your skills, resources, and connections for anti-racism initiatives. Curated purposely by the Asian Pacific Foundation of Canada for anti-Asian hate, we strongly encourage you to explore and use the amazing resources available for us today. 

 

Government of Canada Resources

 

Government of British Columbia Resources

 

Organizations Working Against Racism

  • Canadian Race Relations Foundation – Dedicated to the elimination of racism and all forms of racial discrimination in Canada. A resource for research, data, and information on racism.

  • Chinese Canadian National Council for Social Justice (CCNC-SJ) – Educates, engages, and advocates for equity and justice for all in Canada. Spearheaded campaigns such as Stop the Spread.

  • Elimin8Hate – Advocacy arm of the Vancouver Asian Film Festival (VAFF), it aims to empower, educate, and eliminate racism. Spearheaded the TikTok campaign #ReClaimYourName.

  • Fight COVID Racism – Provides a platform to report and record race-based hate crimes in Canada. (Supported by Chinese Canadian National Council - Toronto Chapter; CCNC-SJ; Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic; and, Civic Engagement Network - Society of Canada)

  • HeartMob by Hollaback – Report online harassment and receive support.

  • Project 1907 – Partnered with VAFF and Elimin8Hate to provide a platform to report and record race-based hate crimes in Canada.

  • Stop AAPI Hate – A U.S.-based coalition that tracks and responds to incidents of hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, shunning, and child bullying against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.

  • Action! Chinese Canadians Together – Aimed at building the capacity of Canadian leaders of Chinese descent and committed to creating a more equitable Canadian society. 

  • Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) – Anti-Hate Community Leaders’ Group – CASSA is an umbrella organization of agencies, groups, and individuals that provides services to the South Asian Community through information, research, mobilization, co-ordination, and leadership on social justice issues.

  • Hua Foundation - A youth empowerment non-profit working on racial equity and civic engagement issues, based in Vancouver.

 

Educational Resources

 

Training Resources

  • Anti-Racism Strategies for the Workplace by the University of British Columbia.

  • Bystander intervention trainings by Asian Americans Advancing Justice.

  • Bystander intervention trainings by Ihollaback (Also provides, anti-harassment trainings for workplace or street).

  • Education and Training by Canadian Race Relations Foundation.

  • Training & Workshops by the Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office, University of Toronto.

  • Responding to Hate Toolkit by Ryerson University.

  • Unlearn Racism – A resource designed for youth aged 12 to 16; includes a facilitator’s guide. Funded by Govt. of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.

  • Fight Racism in Canada! By Chinese Canadian National Council - For Social Justice – A learning series designed for students (Grade 4 and up) to learn about racism and how to fight it in their communities; includes facilitator’s guide.

  • Act2endracism – Provides resources and tools for the general public, community organizations, and survivors of racism. Created by a coalition of Asian Canadians and organizations.

 

Canadian Museums

 

Documentaries and Film Festivals

 

Books by Canadians of Asian Descent

 

Media with an Asian Angle