UBC Applied Science condemns anti-Asian harassment and violence

Recent escalations of anti-Asian harassment and violence, including last week’s shooting in Atlanta, are horrific reminders of the racism faced by the Asian and Pacific Islander community every day.

UBC Applied Science condemns these acts in the strongest possible terms. We are committed to providing a safe environment for all members of our community.

 A list of resources has been compiled for anyone who has experienced or is concerned about discrimination and harassment at UBC:

Get help
https://students.ubc.ca/campus-life/diversity-campus/discrimination-harassment
https://www.ams.ubc.ca/anti-racism-support-resources
https://equity.ubc.ca/resources

Learn more
https://asia.ubc.ca/about/department-initiatives/anti-racism-resources
https://libguides.uvic.ca/c.php?g=717828&p=5126659
https://tropicsofmeta.com/2021/03/18/love-note-to-and-mourning-for-asian-american-atlanta

Be a better bystander
https://www.splcenter.org/20171005/splc-campus-guide-bystander-intervention
https://www.ryerson.ca/responding-to-hate

 

“Racism and bias have no place in our community and that we have zero tolerance for it.”
-- UBC President Santa Ono