Stay In, Check In
We believe that community care is a crucial part of mental healthcare. Asian Mental Health Project offers Stay in, Check-in. This is a series of free wellness groups for community healing.
Mondays Bi-Weekly | Queer Asian Social Club. New sessions coming soon.
Tuesdays Bi-weekly | Proud Asian Men. Sign up here.
Wednesdays Weekly | Stay in, Check in. Sign up here.
You can directly get involved with the #StopAsianHate movement by attending a free Hollaback! bystander intervention and de-escalation training workshop.
Now offering sessions with translations and simultaneous interpretation in Chinese (中文) both Mandarin (普通話) and Cantonese (粤语), Korean (한국어), Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt), Tagalog, Thai (ภาษาไทย), and Hindi (हिन्दी).
Register for a session today!
AAPI Women Lead partnered up with Mollii Khangsengsing, the first Laotian fem black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) with 13 years of training, for a 1.5 hour virtual (recorded!) self-defense program. Intro to Safety & Self-Defense teaches awareness and preventative safety strategies. Students also learn effective physical techniques addressing the most common attack situations. These techniques rely on smart body positioning rather than strength, speed, or athleticism. Whatever your age, experience level, or athleticism, you can learn to safely diffuse or escape from dangerous situations. At the same time, you will develop confidence to assert yourself, set boundaries, and de-escalate potential conflicts.
Practice with Khangsengsing today!
You can make a choice to actively and visibly take a stand against harassment. The Five D’s are different methods you can use to support someone who’s being harassed, emphasize that harassment is not okay, and demonstrate to people in your life that they too have the power to make our communities and workplaces safer.
Learn the 5D’s today!
MMA Champion Killer Bee teaches three strategies on how to evade an attack (no equipment needed). While all are welcome, the event was created to center the needs of Asian and Pacific Islander women and girls. We encourage people to watch, practice, share with their communities, and continue to take care of each other.
Practice with Killer Bee today!