View and download social justice and educational materials produced by the JACL for free.
"A Troubling Legacy"- a detailed booklet that shows the history of anti-Asian sentiment in our country.
"An Unnoticed Struggle"- a comprehensive booklet highlighting milestones in Asian American social justice history, covering a number of iconic figures and struggles, such as anti-Asian legislation that affected groups of people, and personal struggles endured by individuals that opened doors for Asian Americans. A look at continuin issues and future obstacles along with a list of additional reading for the avid learned is also available.
Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month Recommended Reading List for high school students. A collection of books of varying difficulty, subjects, and writing styles that provide insight into the lives of APAs.
"The Journey from the Gold Mountain: The Asian American Experience": This guide provides a comprehensive treatment of Asian American history to enrich understanding about this fast-growing population. It includes lesson plans, a chronology of important events in the Asian American experience, and a list of resource books. Free for educators and students - please fill-in and submit the order form on here.
"When Hate Hits": a comprehensive handbook that provides a brief historical look at anti-Asian sentiment in our country, along with recent examples or anti-Asian violence and a section on how you and your community can respond to hate incidents.