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Campus Resources and Organizations
Local Resources and Organizations
From the Seattle Asian Art Museum, 17th-century Japanese Crows screen.
Seattle Asian Art Museum
The SAAM exhibits historic and contemporary artworks from China, Korea, Japan, India, the Himalayas, and other Southeast Asian countries. It also features an education center, conservation center, and library.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Sites
These historic places in the Northwest, many on federal lands and in state parks, can still be visited today.
Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC)
The APCC serves as an interactive cultural crossroads between local and international communities. It represents 47 countries and cultures, offering programs and services honoring their distinct artistry, business protocols, history, and social practices.
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
The Wing Luke Museum offers an authentic and unique perspective on the American story with community-driven exhibitions and programs.
ChangeLab is a racial justice think tank based in Seattle. They promote cross-sectoral analysis of the political, economic, cultural and ideological dimensions of race and racism in the U.S., with a particular focus on Asian Americans.
API Chaya empowers survivors of gender-based violence and human trafficking to gain safety, connection, and wellness. They build power by educating and mobilizing South Asian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and all immigrant communities to end exploitation, creating a world where all people can heal and thrive.
Asian Counseling and Referral Services
CRS promotes social justice and the well-being and empowerment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities – including immigrants, refugees, and American-born – by developing, providing and advocating for innovative, effective and efficient community-based multilingual and multicultural services.
National Resources and Organizations
Detail of "Chinatown, San Francisco, California". Carol M. Highsmith, photographer, May 2013. (Library of Congress)
Association for Asian Studies
A non-profit dedicated to the advancement of the field of Asian Studies through international exchange, networking, publications, research support, and career development.
National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum
NAPAWF focuses on building power with AAPI women and girls to influence critical decisions that affect our lives, our families and our communities.
Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS)
A national non-partisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Asian Pacific American participation and representation at all levels of the political process, from community service to elected office.
Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander (AANAPISI)
Provides grants that serve Asian Americans and Native American Pacific Islanders, students, and low-income individuals.
Federal Asian Pacific American Council
A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization representing the civilian and military Asian Pacific American (APA) employees in the Federal and District of Columbia governments.
Pew Research: Asian Americans A Diverse and Growing Population
A record 23 million Asian Americans trace their roots to at least 19 countries in East and Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent, each with unique histories, cultures, languages and other characteristics.
"An Unnoticed Struggle: A Concise History of Asian American Civil Rights Issues"
This booklet explores a number of iconic figures and struggles in Asian
Smithsonian Learning Lab: Asian Pacific American Heritage
The Smithsonian Learning Lab blends trusted resources and contemporary media for learners of all ages