Americans who identify as AAPI represent a diverse span of ethnicities, languages, cultures, and experiences. Check out some of these online resources to learn more!
AAPI History and Populations
- FAPAC-AAPI Heritage Month Website
- A Proclamation on Asian American, Native Hawaiian, And Pacific Islander Heritage Month, 2022 – The White House
- Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage and History in the U.S. – Edsitement
- Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Fun Facts – U.S. Census Bureau
Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center Resources
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center is a migratory museum that brings history, art and culture to you through innovative community-focused experiences. Check out some of their online resources:
Standing Together for AAPI Heritage Month: This digital program brings the stories and insights of the nation’s pre-eminent scholars and activists together with treasures from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History to engage a broad audience in a deeper exploration of the past, present, and future of Asians in America.
Care Package: Poems, meditations, films, and other cultural nutrients for times like this.
Heritage IRL: A web series engaging Asian American heritage “in real life,” in progress, across a range of media and communities.
Pickles and Tea: Adventures in Asian American Cooking
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