More Online Resources:
Stop AAPI Hate — tracks and responds to acts of hate, violence, and discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
LAPL’s API Solidarity Statement — includes social justice-oriented reading suggestions for all ages.
Reaffirming our Commitment — a statement from Karen R. Lawrence, President of the Huntington Library.
Tessa — digital collections and online exhibits from the Los Angeles Public Library.
Huntington Digital Library — digitized collections from the Huntington Library’s vast archives.
Huntington Library Pacific Rim Collections — direct links to Pacific Rim collections on the Huntington Digital Library and California Revealed
Chinatown Branch Library — events and resources, including Chinese language books and classes.
Liu Fang Yuan 流芳園 (The Garden of Flowing Fragrance) — the newly-expanded Chinese garden at the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.
Chinese Historical Society of Southern California — a Chinatown-based center for research, exhibits, and community programming including tours.
Chinese American Museum — with exhibitions and educational programs on the experiences of Chinese Americans in Southern California and beyond. Housed in the last remaining structure from Old Chinatown.
Art Salon Chinatown — a gallery in the Central Plaza showcasing contemporary Asian American artists. See their new virtual exhibit, A Vision of Justice: Tyrus Wong and the Cultural Continuum of New Chinatown, highlighting an important painting that still hangs in Y. C. Hong’s 1930s-era law office.