Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2021 (asianpacificheritage.gov) Includes Online webinars as well as highlighting the following: Today there are more than 300,000 living Asian-American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander American veterans. The Library of Congress' Veteran's History Project honors those veterans who have shared their stories.
AAPI History: Activist Origins of the Term 'Asian American' | Time The history behind the term Asian American and Advocacy efforts
May Is Asian-Pacific Heritage Month: 12 Ways to Enrich Kids’ Appreciation of Asian-Pacific American Culture (ed.gov) Includes resources across content areas for including Asian Pacific American Cultural Appreciation in your classroom.
Asian_American_Pacific_Islander_Heritage_Month_2016_slide_3.pdf (defense.gov) Highlights the lives and impact of Asian American veterans dating from 1843 to the present.
NASA Celebrates Asian American, Pacific Islander Heritage Month | NASA NASA celebrates the contributions of its Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) employees – past and present – with a variety of internal and external events and products centered around the theme: Advancing Leaders Through Purpose-Driven Service.
Asian American and Pacific Islander History - HISTORY Highlights Asian Pacific Islander history, art, contributions as well as the history of violence and discrimination in the United States.
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