AANHPI History Timeline: We’re pleased to share an interactive timeline we created with links to articles and other resources you can click on if you want to learn more. Please note that this timeline is a working resource, meaning it is not comprehensive, and new pieces of history may continue to be added. New Breath…
Kites to Southeast Asia Resources
The Kites to Southeast Asia Coalition (comprised of APSC, CERI, MN8, and NBF) put together this resource document for readers to learn more about Southeast Asian deportations and ways to take action. Introduction Thank you for your interest in learning more about the history of Southeast Asian refugees and the U.S. prison-to-deportation pipeline. Below,…
Up to Us
Up to Us is the first, most comprehensive study of transgender and gender non-conforming Asians and Pacific Islanders in the San Francisco Bay Area. In early 2019, Lavender Phoenix began this community-based action research project to visibilize the experiences of TGNC APIs in the Bay Area and create opportunities to organize in the long term.…
Crafting Empathy, Speaking Solidarity
Brian Sengala, PhD candidate, wrote this article about CERI and how the organization’s multilayered care approach creates a stable and safe environment for refugees and helps them process traumas they experienced on their own timeline.
Stepping Up for Community: 2023 Report of AANHPI-Serving Nonprofits
“AAPI Data and the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) jointly produced a report on the state of the nonprofit sector among Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders, based on results from a survey on the experiences of nearly 400 nonprofits across the United States. This effort is a partnership with Asian…
Invisible Ink finds that news coverage of Asian Americans was so sparse it was as if it was written in invisible ink. Given the power of the media to shape the perceptions and decisions of philanthropy, policymakers, and other key decision-makers, it is critical for news media to accurately and robustly include AAPI people in…
Collective Good: Recommendations for Philanthropy on Racial Solidarity & Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities
Collective Good is an invitation to philanthropy to deepen its racial equity and racial justice strategies. This memo outlines 10 key recommendations, to support and sustain community ecosystems, improve data equity, and reset harmful narratives about AANHPI people.