As we kick off the month of May, we're excited to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. This annual observance recognizes the contributions and achievements of AAPI individuals and communities in the U.S. and abroad.
Let's take this month as an opportunity to learn more about and appreciate the diverse cultures and histories of the AAPI community, and to stand in solidarity with our AAPI colleagues, friends, and neighbors.
Support AAPI Efforts
Throughout the month, we encourage everyone to take the time to learn about and appreciate the rich diversity of AAPI cultures and histories! Use the resources below to learn more.
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy: AAPIP is a national organization that mobilizes philanthropic resources to support AAPI communities. They have a wealth of information and resources, including a directory of AAPI nonprofits.
Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center: The Smithsonian's APA Center has a wide range of exhibits, educational resources, and online programming that celebrate AAPI heritage and culture.
AAPI Data: AAPI Data is a national research organization that focuses on policy and demographic data related to AAPI communities. They have a wealth of data and analysis on a wide range of topics
Stop AAPI Hate: This national coalition tracks and responds to incidents of hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, and bullying against AAPI individuals and communities in the United States.
If you'd like to learn more about TTEC's commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture, check out our Environmental, Social, and Governance Report for more information.