Humble Bundle partners with Stop AAPI Hate coalition

Stop AAPI Hate
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Digital storefront Humble Bundle has partnered with the Stop AAPI Hate (opens in new tab) coalition to help combat the rise of hate crimes against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities amid the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Humble Bundle had this to say on the matter: “There has been a rise in violence against Asians and Pacific Islanders and in the last few months, it has continued to intensify with the elderly across the U.S. being targeted and the heartbreaking, senseless shootings in Atlanta targeting Asian women. Humble Bundle condemns these violent acts which are based on racism, hate, and ignorance.”

This week, the storefront launched two bundles to help support Stop AAPI Hate: the Humble Burn Rubber bundle (opens in new tab) and the Humble Software Bundle: Biggest Graphics Ever (opens in new tab). A third bundle will debut in April, and a portion of the proceeds will go directly to Stop AAPI Hate.

Help combat hate today

The Stop AAPI Hate coalition will also be Humble’s featured charity for the month of April, where all applicable purchases (as well as 5% of Humble Choice earnings) will be donated to Stop AAPI Hate.

The Humble Burn Rubber bundle features a ton of highly rated racing games that you can redeem on your Steam account. These games include Absolute Drift: Zen Edition, Dirt Rally 2.0, Grip, Pacer, Assetto Corsa and more.

The Humble Software Bundle, meanwhile, packs in thousands of overlays, filters and fonts covering a wide variety of themes, making it a perfectly robust collection for graphic designers and photographers.

The Stop AAPI Hate website has a section dedicated to reporting hate incidents (opens in new tab) available in multiple languages. If you want to donate directly to Stop AAPI Hate, the website has a GiveDirect page (opens in new tab) where you can do just that, too.

Rhys Wood
Hardware Writer

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