“E/MERGE Art of the Indian Diaspora” continues through Sunday, May 15, 2022 as the inaugural exhibition of the National Indo-American Museum’s new home, the Umang and Paragi Patel Center, 815 S. Main Street, Lombard, Illinois.
KoreanAmericanStory.org's ROAR Story Slam is an annual competition where 6 selected contestants showcase their oral storytelling about their Korean American experience in front of a live audience for a chance to win a cash prize of up to $1,000.
For the nineteenth consecutive year, Filipinos In Alliance at the University of Illinois at Chicago proudly presents Battle of the Bamboo, a cultural dance competition showcasing traditional Filipino folk dance.
Please join Committee of 100 for a critical discussion on formulating an inclusive and effective approach for future discourse on the use of language and how it contributes to damaging stereotypes and exacerbates race-based harassment.
A Musical Showcase of traditional Filipino Music transcending to the Modern. Inspired by the drive to promote diversity through music, SamaSama Project continues to captivate audiences with their unique sound.
Beyond the celebration of our Asian Pacific American heritage in 2021, we find us as a community having to deal with strong hate and anti-Asian sentiment. We will attempt to come together to address this issue while embracing our heritage.
Join State Representative Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz and MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita alongside local elected officials and community organizations to show solidarity with the Asian American community and stand up against hate in all forms.
The recent surge in violence against AAPIs across the U.S. is heartbreaking and horrific. This has pushed us to face the reality that we have to be smart and aware. Learn basic self defense to become more aware of our surroundings and a few hands on tactics that can help if you need to get away from an attack.
The Chinese American Heritage Foundation (CAHF) is sponsoring "AAPI Talks = American Stories", daily webinars to celebrate AAPH Heritage Month. The 31 webinars highlight prominent individuals and organizations who made notable impact to our country.
This program will explore the history of Asian progress in America, including the creation of “Asian” as a racial construct, the history of scapegoating Asian communities, and the legal approaches used to justify exclusion and violence.