By raising awareness about domestic violence and the unique struggles that immigrants experience, we aim to uplift marginalized, yet universal narratives of struggle, healing, separation and belonging. Boston Korean Adoptees Harry H. Thanks to yanyigraphy for the photos! We will have gorgeous weather for the Community 5K on Saturday May 11! We hope to see you there! Looking forward to seeing the following teams
Breaking Borders: The Stories Our Bodies Tell
Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence - What We Do
ATASK is a nonprofit, community organization serving pan-Asian survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence. We provide services in Greater Boston and Greater Lowell and offer limited assistance in other cities throughout Massachusetts and New England. We currently provide services in 18 Asian languages and dialects. Our mission is to prevent domestic and intimate partner violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors. ATASK is committed to serving survivors of domestic violence representing all ages, ability levels, education levels, race, national origin, cultures, religions, gender identities, and sexual orientations. Asian immigrants or refugees face distinct, cultural challenges when confronting domestic violence in the home:. Subscribe to our mailing list.
Our History & Mission
How do we break borders? For some, it's through our voices and our lived experiences. For others, it's by listening to the stories of those who have been previously silenced.