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Explore AAPI Heritage: Welcome

 

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month headline with floral decorations

“To know a people, know their stories.” 

Welcome! Join us for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month to expand your knowledge.

Explore the website to find videos, short articles, music, and art exploring the communities' heritage and highlighting recent events. 

The month also includes opportunities to reflect on your learning, individually and with others.

 

AAPI stands for Asian American and Pacific Islander. The term is used to describe a diverse and fast-growing population of 23 million Americans that includes roughly 50 ethnic groups with roots in more than 40 countries. Together, Asian and Pacific Americans make up approximately 6 percent of the U.S. population. Learn more about some of these individuals and their stories.

 

What’s the simple intent behind the question, “What are you?” 

 

Our collective understanding continues to evolve. If you have suggestions for further resources, please share your ideas with us by submitting this form.

For more information about Diversity and Inclusion events and activities at Carroll, contact Clyde Johnson

 

Curated by DEI Committee members and designed by CCC Library Circulation Staff.