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What To Watch: Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage
Eight Stories To Continue Celebrating Beyond May
By Beatrice Alvarez
As diverse as the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community is, we peer into a window of that diversity with these eight stories to end the month-long celebration of heritage. From stories of public service to entrepreneurial success, we celebrate so many facets of AAPI cultures in America. Today marks the end of this AAPI Heritage Month, but we encourage everyone to learn more about someone else’s heritage and discover more commonalities than differences. Let’s remember to celebrate our diverse cultures and heritage every month!
Norman Mineta And His Legacy
Make sure you read this Q&A about the film in which he drops gems like this one: “Generally, what I say to young people is that you’ve got two things that you own, no one else does, and you have to protect both of them. One is your name, and the other is integrity.” Let that sit with you as you watch the film.
Omoide Project: Memories
Resistance At Tule Lake
Ms. Asian America Pageant Winner Uses Platform To Ease Mental Health Stigma
Sikh In The Spotlight
Breaking Big: Eddie Huang
Gimme A Faith
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