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Asian Pacific Heritage Association
In June 1977, Representatives Horton, New York, and Norman Mineta, California, proclaimed in a House Resolution that the first 10 days of May to be Asian/Pacific Heritage Week. In May 1990, the President George H.W. Bush extended the recognition an
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In June 1977, Representatives Horton, New York, and Norman Mineta, California, proclaimed in a House Resolution  that the first 10 days of May to be Asian/Pacific Heritage Week.  In May 1990, the President George H.W. Bush extended the recognition and designated the whole month of May to Asian Pacific American Heritage MONTH. 

The Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association (APAHA) was formed in 1992 to “promote awareness and increase understanding of the Asian/Pacific American culture and its diversity through education and celebration, focusing on May, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), and continuing throughout the year.”

As a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, APAHA’s mission is to recognize and promote the accomplishments of Asian/Pacific Americans and our heritage through education and celebration.

To make a difference in our community, Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association (APAHA) has collaborated with various community and educational entities to provide ongoing educational, cul

In June 1977, Representatives Horton, New York, and Norman Mineta, California, proclaimed in a House Resolution  that the first 10 days of May to be Asian/Pacific Heritage Week.  In May 1990, the President George H.W. Bush extended the recognition and designated the whole month of May to Asian Pacific American Heritage MONTH. 

The Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association (APAHA) was formed in 1992 to “promote awareness and increase understanding of the Asian/Pacific American culture and its diversity through education and celebration, focusing on May, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), and continuing throughout the year.”

As a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, APAHA’s mission is to recognize and promote the accomplishments of Asian/Pacific Americans and our heritage through education and celebration.

To make a difference in our community, Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association (APAHA) has collaborated with various community and educational entities to provide ongoing educational, cul

In June 1977, Representatives Horton, New York, and Norman Mineta, California, proclaimed in a House Resolution  that the first 10 days of May to be Asian/Pacific Heritage Week.  In May 1990, the President George H.W. Bush extended the recognition and designated the whole month of May to Asian Pacific American Heritage MONTH. 

The Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association (APAHA) was formed in 1992 to “promote awareness and increase understanding of the Asian/Pacific American culture and its diversity through education and celebration, focusing on May, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), and continuing throughout the year.”

As a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, APAHA’s mission is to recognize and promote the accomplishments of Asian/Pacific Americans and our heritage through education and celebration.

To make a difference in our community, Asian/Pacific American Heritage Association (APAHA) has collaborated with various community and educational entities to provide ongoing educational, cul