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Advocacy Groups Launch Anti-Hate Network
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Advocacy Groups Launch Anti-Hate Network

TAAF announced the launch of a national anti-hate network Tuesday to provide better coordination and collaboration between organizations working to combat anti-Asian hate.

A Call to Action: Addressing the Historic Underfunding of AAPI Communities
Asian American Policy Review

A Call to Action: Addressing the Historic Underfunding of AAPI Communities

Board Chairman Li Lu discusses how the philanthropic community can close gaps for on-the-ground organizations and contribute to a larger process of building infrastructure needed to support, protect, and celebrate the 23 million AAPIs living in the US.

Readout of White House Roundtable Meeting with AA and NHPI Faith Leaders
The White House

Readout of White House Roundtable Meeting with AA and NHPI Faith Leaders

Erika Moritsugu, Deputy Assistant to the President and AA and NHPI Senior Liaison at the White House, Sonal Shah, President of The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), and the White House Office of Public Engagement, hosted a virtual meeting with AA and NHPI faith leaders on hate prevention and AA and NHPI inclusion in the lead up to the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

The Asian American Foundation builds national advocacy network to fight anti-Asian hate
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The Asian American Foundation builds national advocacy network to fight anti-Asian hate

The Asian American Foundation (TAAF) is setting up a nationwide effort for national and local advocacy groups to work together as violence and hate crimes against Asians and Pacific Islanders persist.

Press Release: The Asian American Foundation Announces Historic Commitment of Over $1 Billion For AAPI Communities
TAAF

Press Release: The Asian American Foundation Announces Historic Commitment of Over $1 Billion For AAPI Communities

Through Its “AAPI Giving Challenge,” TAAF Raises Groundbreaking Support for AAPI Organizations and Causes Thanks To Philanthropic, Corporate, Individual Partners TAAF Leaders, Advisory Council Members, Partners Briefed Biden-Harris Administration Officials at White House Today On Their Plans To Provide Increased Resources To AAPI Communities

At Inaugural Partner Summit, TAAF Previewed its Upcoming Film “Heritage Heroes” featuring AAPI Stories from across the Country
TAAF

At Inaugural Partner Summit, TAAF Previewed its Upcoming Film “Heritage Heroes” featuring AAPI Stories from across the Country

TAAF Convened Grantees, Giving Challenge Partners, Policymakers, AAPI Influencers and Celebrities For Full-Day, Celebratory Event in D.C.

Sundance Institute Partners With The Asian American Foundation On New Fellowship And Scholarship For AAPI Artists
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Sundance Institute Partners With The Asian American Foundation On New Fellowship And Scholarship For AAPI Artists

The new fellowship and scholarship will look to improve AAPI representation in the film and television industries over the long term by providing up-and-coming AAPI artists with the creative and tactical support necessary to grow professionally.

AAPI pride: Asian and Pacific Islander heritage helps lift America to what it must be
USA TODAY

AAPI pride: Asian and Pacific Islander heritage helps lift America to what it must be

To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the USA TODAY Network asked activists, artists and newsmakers how they're embracing their heritage to help lift all of America out of hate and keep the promise of the American dream.

TAAF Releases Statement in Response to Woman in NYC Punched 125 Times
TAAF

TAAF Releases Statement in Response to Woman in NYC Punched 125 Times

This latest incident is part of a barrage of targeted attacks on Asians across the country and in the New York metropolitan area. 75% of AAPI women report having experienced racism or discrimination of some kind in the last year alone, and anti-AAPI crimes increased three-fold in New York City last year.

Advocacy group launches national network to combat anti-Asian hate
The Washington Post (AFP)

Advocacy group launches national network to combat anti-Asian hate

Funds are part of a broader effort to develop a more coordinated strategy among national and grass-roots groups dedicated to protecting Asian American and Pacific Islander communities and supporting victims of hate crimes.

Asian-American Business Leaders Fund Effort to Fight Discrimination
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Asian-American Business Leaders Fund Effort to Fight Discrimination

A new foundation is launching with $250 million in backing from influential executives and major companies.

TAAF Welcomes LAAUNCH Co-Founder Norman Chen as Chief Executive Officer
TAAF

TAAF Welcomes LAAUNCH Co-Founder Norman Chen as Chief Executive Officer

TAAF, a convener, incubator, and funder for the AAPI communities, is pleased to announce the appointment of Norman Chen, Co-Founder and Former CEO of Leading Asian Americans to Unite for Change, as the new Chief Executive Officer of TAAF.