ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER RESOURCES
API-Chai (Asian/ Pacific Islanders-Changing Independent Schools)
API-Chai (Asian/ Pacific Islanders-Changing Independent Schools) is a list serve for Asian/Pacific Islander teachers in independent schools. It is designed as a forum for Asian/Pacific Islander activist educators in independent schools. To join the list, send an email request to the address above, or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Asian American Action Fund, www.aaa-fund.org
The AAA-Fund is a bi-partisan political action committee whose goal is to increase the voice of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on every level of local, state and federal government in America. To achieve this goal, we address the chronic under-representation of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) as campaign volunteers, campaign contributors, and candidates for political office.
The Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute, www.apawli.org
Address the challenges facing Asian American and Pacific Islander women and to nurture trusteeship within our communities.
South Asian American Leaders of Tomorrow, www.saalt.org
South Asian American Leaders of Tomorrow (SAALT), formerly known as the Indian American Leadership Center, is a nonprofit collaboration between first generation professionals and second generation professionals and students who care deeply about the legacy that South Asians will create in America for our community. The organization's mission is to develop leadership and foster civic engagement by South Asians into all sectors of American society.
The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, www.aapi.gov
On June 6, 2001, President George W. Bush signed Executive Order 13216 to increase opportunities for and improve the quality of life of approximately thirteen million Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders living in the United States and the U.S. and Pacific Island jurisdictions.