Act to Change: AAPI Day Against Bullying & Hate

  🌻 Join us on May 18 for an immersive luncheon with impact panels, roundtable discussions, networking and an award ceremony, on Imagine a World Without (AAPI) Bullying.We are reimagining our school curriculum, public safety, and federal policies to be more inclusive and protective of #AAPIyouth. We invite you to join us to make our vision […]

$5 – $50

AAJC How to Respond to Harassment and Practice Resilience When People Experience Anti-Asian/American Harassment Public Training

After attending our bystander intervention trainings, many Asian/Americans want to know — how do I take care of myself when I experience harassment? If that’s a question you’re asking — this training is for you. During this 75-minute, highly interactive training you’ll learn Right To Be’s methodology for responding to harassment: 1) Trust your Instincts, […]

2024 NAPABA Lobby Day

In observance of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AANHPIHM), please join us on May 21-22, 2024 in Washington, DC for NAPABA's annual Lobby Day. At Lobby Day, the NAPABA community travels from across the United States to the Nation’s capital to demonstrate not only the strength of our community, but also […]

AAPCHO: Voices from the Field Bringing UDS Data to Life

  In Part 2 of AAPCHO's "The State of AA and NH/PI Health at Community Health Centers” Two-Part Webinar Series, speakers will expand on the findings of AAPCHO’s UDS data analysis to focus on contextualizing the data with case studies from AA&NHPI-serving health centers. Hear from AA&NHPI-serving health centers to learn about their communities, best practices […]

NAAAP x EPIC: To P or Not to P

You grew up watching The Rock on WWE. Your partner finds Jason Momoa attractive. You just learned how to pronounce Taika Waititi. Despite the rise in visibility of AAPI communities in recent years, PI communities continue to go unseen, unheard, and underrepresented. As a result, deep structural inequities persist that manifest as economic injustice, disproportionate […]

APALA Celebration of AAPI Labor History

Mark your calendars -- APALA is celebrating AAPI labor history on May 22 at 7 pm ET, 4 pm PT and 1 pm HT. You can register for the link here:  

NAAAP Navigating Two Worlds: The Experiences of Asian American Transracial Adoptees

Join NAAAP in the celebration of APIHM on May 23rd at 7pm EST to celebrate and bring awareness to the value and respect of the complex adoptee experience. Moderator: Shane Carlin – Korean Adoptee Panelists: Cosette Eisenhauer – Chinese Adoptee Kris Rao – Indian Late Discovery Adoptee Riley Woods – Vietnamese Adoptee

EPIC Arkansas National Policy Listening Tour

EPIC's next stop is Springdale, Arkansas📍, this upcoming Sunday, May 26th. If you’re local and/or will be there for the weekend’s festivities, join us as we break bread and talk policy. Can’t come? We got you! Following the AR session, we’ll be hosting a virtual session via zoom on Thursday, May 30th at 11 AM […]

API-GBV Have You Eaten Yet?

Have You Eaten Yet? 🥣🥢🍽️ In honor of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re holding a community dialogue centered around food, culture, and care in AAPI communities! Join us on May 30 at 10am PT/1pm ET to be part of the discussion 🧡RSVP at the link in our bio💙Event Description: In Asian/Asian American and Pacific […]

NAAAP Resilience & Pride: Breaking Barriers with Nikki Barua

As the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) closes out Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month and kicks off Pride Month, we invite you to join us for a profound virtual fireside chat with CEO & Co-Founder of Beyond Barriers, Nikki Barua. Her extraordinary journey as an immigrant, serial entrepreneur, board director, and innovation thought leader is a testament […]

AAPI Data Edit-A-Thon Celebration

RSVP HERE We need your help! During AANHPI Heritage Month in May, AAPI Data is hosting a movement effort to GROW OUR NARRATIVE POWER. Join us for the inaugural AANHPI Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon! Wikipedia is a key marker of community recognition, and we have the opportunity to ensure that our community organizations, scholars, and change makers […]