AAPI Media – 2022 AAPI Heritage Month

AAPI Media – 2022 AAPI Heritage Month

Media shapes perceptions and can enforce harmful stereotypes. Experience stories with AAPI characters that have a range of cultures, socioeconomic backgrounds, abilities, gender identities, and sexual orientations. Find out about music, tv series, books, films and other media from AAPI creators below! 

SF Library’s AAPI Resources 

The SF Library and Learning Commons has an online guide to the library’s AAPI Resources. That means that every item on this list is accessible to SF students and employees! Check out the list and stop by the library to check out any of these resources for free!  

AAPI Library Resources 


TV Series 

AAPI Musicians 

There are so many talented AAPI artists, but we wanted to highlight some that have been breaking the scene.  

  • Silk Sonic – Duo formed by Asian American creators Bruno Mars (Native Hawaiian) and Anderson Paak (African and Korean American)  
  • 88rising – Record label founded by Jaeson Ma. Produced the soundtrack for Marvel’s Shang-Chi 
  • Dumbfounded – Korean American Rapper 
  • G Yamazawa – Japanese American North Carolina rapper 
  • Run River North – Korean American indie folk-rock band from Los Angeles, California 
  • Sanjoy – Bangladeshi American musician, electronic music producer and DJ 
  • Sundial – Electro pop duo featuring Korean American, Jisu Kim and Chinese American Dorothy Chan 
  • AleXa – Korean American singer who debuted in 2019 
  • KATIE – Korean American singer who debuted in 2018 
  • 10 Asian And AAPI Artists To Add To Your Summer Playlist ASAP – Elle