#WhoWeAre: APAHM

About the #WhoWeAre Initiative

#WhoWeAre is an inclusive digital campaign that creates a space for a national discussion about meaningful and relatable representation of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Created by the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA), this campaign brings power to truth by calling out unfair representations of our community and elevating those stories that represent who we are.

#WhoWeAre celebrates stories, policies and individuals who understand the multidimensionality of our community.

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APAHM 2021 Calendar of Events

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage month by supporting AAPI groups around the country. This calendar contains some of the highlight events for the month of May. For full details, visit our calendar page.

 

Follow us on social media for even more up to date news on all things APAHM. 

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The 2021 APAHM Toolkit

Download NCAPA’s APAHM toolkit to learn how to get involved during this month of celebration and recognition of the AAPI community. Learn more about this month’s weekly themes and view the upcoming events in the Action Calendar. 

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#WhoWeAre Stamp of Approval

The #WhoWeAre stamp of approval allows individuals to quickly and easily assess if the content provides relatable and meaningful representations of the AAPI community. 

  • The “approve” stamp is typically affixed to news stories, policies, company policies and other social media content that portrays our community in a thoughtful and meaningful way.
  • The “disapprove” stamp is affixed to those news stories, policies, and social media content that does not represent the AAPI community fairly or accurately.

Approved: Readout of the White House’s Listening Session with Asian American and Pacific Islander Leaders on Rising Hate Crimes and Incidents Against Asian American Communities (Twitter)(Facebook)

Not Approved: President Biden Announces Members of the Biden-Harris Administration COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force (Twitter)(Facebook)

Approved: Executive Order on Restoring Faith in Our Legal Immigration Systems and Strengthening Integration and Inclusion Efforts for New Americans (Twitter)(Facebook)

Not Approved: Congresswoman who thought Guam not part of US will get island cookies (Twitter)(Facebook)

Not Approved: ‘Meet the Press’ Slammed Over Lack Of Asian Americans In Anti-Asian Violence Panel (Twitter)(Facebook)

Approved: New Deal for New Americans (Twitter)(Facebook)

NCAPA utilizes the stamp in response to current events, but we are also open to reviewing content submitted from the community. This can include anything from news coverage, to polls/data, to proposed policy—so long as the content relates directly to policy or policy outcomes. Send submissions to emma@ncapaonline.org

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