This list of resources is from Nathaniel Jungbluth, PhD of the Seattle Clinic.
First is an infographic guide to empower Asian American parents in talking to their children about anti-Asian racism. It includes information about historical discrimination as well as examples of Asian Americans standing up against injustice.
The resources are available in different languages, here:
Conversations at home regarding racism and promoting positive racial identity have been found to build resilience in youth.
This infographic from Hollaback explains how to intervene as a bystander witness to racism.
Here are some links related to reporting anti-Asian hate crimes:
Reports of hate crimes can be made here: stopaapihate.org, www.aapihatecrimes.org, and www.standagainsthatred.org.
Education on reporting hate crimes can be found at these links: COVID-19 Toolkit, Responding to Hate Crimes Community Action Guide, and Hate Incident Reporting website: Asian Americans Advancing Justice; Asian American Legal Defense Fund
There are many more resources out there, this list is a place to start but it is not exhaustive.