JOINT STATEMENT ON ANTI-ASIAN HATE AND VIOLENCE
STATEMENT FROM PRESIDENT FOLT | STATEMENT FROM DEAN MILLER
The BIPOC Mental Health resource site is available to all students and connects the student community with resources, including therapists who share the same cultural identities. Students may request a specific therapist, specify a shared identity, or see a therapist who is a regular presence as an embedded counselor in the Student Equity and Inclusion Program centers.
USC Student Health, Counseling and Mental Health Services also has a number of drop-in Let’s Talk programs where students can speak one-on-one with a clinician from Counseling and Mental Health.
If you witness or experience any discrimination or xenophobic attacks, please report directly to USC's Office for Equity, Equal Opportunity, and Title IX (EEO-TIX) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also please report it to Stop AAPI Hate’s site at https://stopaapihate.org/.
USC student organizations such as USC APASS offers APASS Virtual Lounge Drop-Ins every Wednesday from 5PM-6PM (PT) for community connection and peer-to-peer support.
FOR SAFETY RESOURCES AND BYSTANDER INTERVENTION INFORMATION:
Safe Walks NYC: http://safewalx.com/en/welcome/
Asian American Federation: https://aafcovid19resourcecenter.org/safety-resources/
Stop AAPI Hate: https://stopaapihate.org/resources/
Bystander intervention training: https://www.advancingjustice-chicago.org/what-we-do/bystander-intervention-trainings/?fbclid=IwAR1CD1NAuPOxrMuYT02CQmLyiGfPfN8amcoHp_WcN1jAg3U6YfVvKI6pwkM
General Meetings are held on the first Fridays of the month via Zoom. Please visit the website for more information.