Report Discrimination &
Resources for Victims

Federal Bureau of Investigation
"The FBI works to protect all victims of crimes, regardless of their country of national origin or immigration status. The FBI encourages victims and witnesses of any hate-related incident to report it to law enforcement. After a report is submitted, the FBI will work with its law enforcement partners and use its resources and expertise to determine if an incident meets the criminal standard.

If you believe you are victim or a witness of a hate crime, we encourage you to report it to the FBI by calling 1-800-CALL-FBI or submitting a tip at You may remain anonymous." - FBI Civil Rights Program on Hate Crimes

Stop AAPI Hate
"Encourage those who experience or witness acts of hate towards the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities to report an incident at our website. The reporting form is available in 15 languages, with more on the way. Reporting incidents helps us understand what is happening and allows us to continue to address anti-AAPI racism.

If you witness an act of hate, whether it be a racist joke online, a derogatory comment by a friend, or a refusal of service, say something. Indicate that such behavior is unacceptable to you. Speak with a manager in a store or restaurant if you witness others experiencing discrimination." - Stop AAPI Hate

Report your incident through Stop AAPI Hate.

Victim Services Center of Montgomery County
"How we can help:

  • We have a 24-hour crisis hotline that you can call to receive immediate support.

  • We can accompany you to in-person police interviews and court hearings.

  • We can link you to individual counseling and support groups.

  • We can provide you with resources in Montgomery County, PA.

  • We can provide you with information about Pennsylvania’s Crime Victim Compensation Assistance Program. " - Victim Services Center of Montgomery County

Victim Services Center provides free services for all victims and their loved ones who have been affected by crime, including members of the AAPI community. VSC promotes sensitivity and awareness in the community through education.

If you wish to learn more, please call their free, confidential 24/7 hotline at 888-521-0983 to speak with a specially trained counselor. Interpreter services are available.

Right To Be

"How can we take action if we don’t know what to do? Right To Be is offering this free, one-hour, interactive training to train people on how to safely intervene when you witness street harassment — or experience it yourself.

During this training you’ll learn a clear, adaptable, and expert-approved set of tools that have been proven to reduce the prevalence of street harassment: Right To Be’s 5Ds of bystander intervention." - Right To Be (formerly iHollaback).

Register to attend a free Harassment Training session provided by Right To Be.


  • The above service providers are not affiliated with Make Us Visible PA. The organizations whose services are offered to the general public are independent of Make Us Visible PA. We believe that these publicly-offered services and resources are relevant to our cause, but we do not claim any direct affiliation, or ownership with regard to any material related to these organizations, their operations, or the services and resources they offer.

  • The information on this site is not a substitute for legal advice, and should not be used in place of professional advice.