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Among the attacks that occurred within the past year, 51 were reported in Maryland. As frustrations continue to mount in the wake of the mass shooting in Atlanta earlier this week—when a white man opened fire in three massage parlors, killing six Asian women—many are searching for ways to show support for AAPI neighbors in their own communities.

Here in Baltimore, there are many ways to take a stand against anti-Asian attacks and uplift those in our own neighborhoods.

Many AAPI leaders have been vocal about allyship initiatives such as enrolling in bystander intervention training and volunteering to accompany elder citizens to and from their homes. The local landscape also provides many opportunities to further your knowledge of Asian-American history and support the immense contributions of the AAPI community—whether that means attending discussions led by local leaders or patronizing art exhibits and restaurants.

Although allyship is a lifelong commitment, here are a few ways to get involved right now:. The gathering will include a meditative offering, as well as an open mic. Attendees are asked to wear facial coverings, maintain social distance, and bring flowers and art to add to a community altar.

Register online and log on to hear Dioquino address the rise in anti-Asian violence throughout the country in the past year, and the revolution that it has sparked. Plus, she will speak on Asian-American identity and the things that make our local AAPI community so strong and beautiful. We do it to show who we are, our community behind it, and everything in between.

And we always hope that people will understand that and try and learn more. Running from March 26 to April 11, the funny, feminist thriller, written by Anna Moench and directed by Elizabeth Ung, tells the story of a Korean Christian girls youth group that reacts after discovering their pastor has hidden a camera in their hotel bathroom.

Tickets to the streamed performances can be purchased online. The organization will do just that when it kicks off its annual Asia North celebration next month.

Through May 15, tune in as regional AAPI artists present everything from virtual exhibits and art workshops to performances and cooking demonstrations. Yet another tangible way to do your part is to patronize local AAPI-owned restaurants. For more suggestions, see this list.

The folks at the Asian American Center of Frederickwhich provides services ranging from maternal and child health programs to ESL classes and volunteer programs for seniors in the AAPI community, take both monetary donations and applications for volunteers who can help the center with deliveries, financial and small business assistance, translation services, and food drops.

up to help, here. In order to achieve this, organizers are welcoming interested sponsors to get in touch about donations to fund marketing, outreach, judges, and the programming itself.

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