50 Years Ago, Asian Americans Took a Stand at Wounded Knee

Fifty years ago this spring, American Indian Movement activists began the occupation of Wounded Knee. Over the course of the 71-day occupation, Indigenous activists and allies – including members of the group Asians in Solidarity with Wounded Knee – traveled from across the country to join them in solidarity.

We Need Critical Race Theory in our Schools Now More Than Ever

Acts of racism and violence have been part of American history since its founding and they don’t just exist in the past. We can’t hope to heal from our past — or extinguish racist violence from our present — if we don’t address the problem at its core.

Advocacy & Action

Deepen your own advocacy and learn how new generations are activating this history to say Never Again Is Now. Support these actions from our community partners:

Protect Minidoka from development by the Lava Ridge Wind Farm.

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Send testimony in support of reparations and H.R. 40.

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Support the campaign for redress for Japanese Latin Americans.

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