Coronavirus Anti-AAPI Racism Incident Report

Anti-AAPI Racism Incident Report Form

The world has been hit by what the World Health Organization (WHO) is calling a “global pandemic.” As the virus COVID-19 spreads, numerous Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) have reported experiencing microaggressions, racial profiling, hate incidents and in some cases, hate violence.

Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) and Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA) have launched this reporting center to allow community members to report incidents of hate they have experienced. Individual information, including personal identification details, will be kept confidential and will only be shared with permission.  In the aggregate, the information will be used for assistance, advocacy and education.

We are working to translate this form into additional languages. We ask for your patience as we add them to this site.

Unfortunately, we cannot respond to all submissions. If the matter is urgent, please CALL 911.




Statement of Unity

Supporting Our Asian American and Pacific Islander Neighbors


The Commission helped organize a first-of-its-kind virtual press conference, discussing recent threats, intimidation and attacks against members of the Asian and Pacific Islander community in Connecticut related to the COVID-19 crisis. You may access the virtual event at the following:


CT-N:  or via CWCSEO Facebook:


As a result of the press conference and our previous Statement of Unity, we are providing a quick resource for your communities and for parents. Please find what we hope is a helpful infographic (SOLIDARITY DURING COVID-19 – Supporting Our Asian American and Pacific Islander Neighbors).


We also providing an online teaching tool to help parents with talking to their kids about preventing and responding to prejudice called Beyond the Golden Rule.  Click the title or on the picture of the book to head to their site.