Sexual violence on campus is a pervasive problem that disproportionately impacts race/ethnic minority students both in terms of prevalence and adverse outcomes. The rapid increase of reported hate-crimes against the Asian population will likely impact the experience of sexual violence, mental health, and help-seeking behaviors of Asian students. However, the limited data regarding this social problem failed to
support advocacy and develop appropriate services for the Asian students who have
experienced sexual violence1. To address this gap, our mixed-method project aims to create a collective voice of Asian students who have experienced sexual violence, and advocate for services for Asian college students. Our innovative research topic is largely understudied in the body of academic literature. This novel project is the first-ever effort to our knowledge that combines rigorous public health research methodologies with transmedia campaign to advocate for Asian students who have experienced sexual violence.