Now is the time for Asian American and Pacific Islander communities to create unity and claim power.
TAAF invests in the AAPI community, mobilizes against hate, and advocates for better representation.
Harnessing the power of technology to expand the collection of anti-AAPI hate data and developing a national standard for reporting and analyzing anti-AAPI hate.
Developing evidence-based recommendations to inform TAAF’s priorities and identify opportunities for sustainable investments.
Deepening our nation's understanding of our history. Reckoning with our past by investing in new education initiatives that honor the AAPI experience.
President Biden and Vice President Harris hosted CAPAC leadership for a critical discussion on issues of shared importance, including combating anti-AAPI hate, the American Jobs Plan, immigration, and education policies.
Erika Moritsugu, a Capitol Hill veteran and vice president of a women’s rights advocacy group, will serve as President Biden's liaison to AAPI communities.
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Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and Anti Defamation League CEO and TAAF Board Member Jonathan Greenblatt urge Americans to stand with AAPI communities against anti-AAPI hate.
Celebrated Korean American actor and TAAF Advisory Council Co-Chair, Daniel Dae Kim, makes the case against anti-AAPI hate during an acutely violent year.
Deficiencies in hate crime and bias incident reporting by police departments and federal agencies have led organizers and activists to take it upon themselves to collect data on their own.