STOP AAPI HATE RESPONDENT FOLLOW-UP STUDY

As part of a larger project examining the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on communities of color and indigenous communities, we are conducting a survey to examine the experiences and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic generally and COVID-related anti-AAPI hate incidents specifically.

STUDY OVERVIEW

This study involves a one-time online survey (online or paper-and-pencil) administered to 2,000 participants who previously reported to the Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center.

INCLUSION CRITERIA

Study participants must be Asian American (AA) and Pacific Islander (PI) adults, 18 years and older, able to read/write in the English, and who previously reported to the Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center.

KEY RESEARCH QUESTIONS

  1. What are your most pressing needs at this time?

  2. What are your experiences of stress and coping (sources of stress, coping strategies and resources)?

  3. What are your experiences of racism, xenophobia, and other discrimination? How do these experiences connect with other health/mental health impacts?

  4. How can the Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center best address the needs of those who experience hate incidents?

CONFIDENTIALITY & ANONYMITY

Research records will be stored securely. Your information will be combined with information from other people taking part in the study. When we share the research with others, we will write about the combined information we have gathered. We will not include your name or any information that will directly identify you.

HOW DATA WILL BE USED

Findings will be shared with policymakers, such as Tri-Congressional Caucus (including the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus), community health organizations, researchers, media, and others who advocate for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.