Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The National Archives holds a wealth of material documenting the Asian and Pacific Islander experience, and it highlights these resources online, in programs, and through traditional and social media.
The theme for 2021 is Advancing Leaders Through Purpose-Driven Service.
Broken Blossoms (Spring 2016)
Attachments: Faces and Stories from America's Gates (Summer 2012)
When the "Enemy" Landed at Angel Island (Summer 2009)
Prologue âGenealogy Notesâ on Immigration and Naturalization
Guam-related digital collections at University of Guam made possible through an NHPRC grant.
Education Updates: Primary Sources Show How the Chinese Exclusion Act Was Applied
Forward with Roosevelt: Found in the Archives: 1934 Hawaiian Visit
The JFK Library Archives: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: Searching for a âHidden Figureâ
The JFK Library Archives: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: Dalip Singh Saund
The JFK Library Archives: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: Solving an Archival Mystery
National Archives News: Chinese American Actressâs Story Illustrates âOtheringâ of Immigrants
National Archives News: After Atlanta Shooting, Author Revisits Killing of Vincent Chin
Pieces of History: 19th Amendment at 100: Mabel Ping-Hua Lee
Pieces of History: Asian/Pacific American History: Learning our Legacy
Pieces of History: National Archives-Thai Friendship
Pieces of History: Chinese Exclusion Act Case Files and the USCIS Master Index
Text Message: Asian/Pacific American History: Learning Our Legacy
Text Message: James Wong Howe: Hollywoodâs Ace Cinematographer
Unwritten Record: Fractured Ideals: Japanese American Internment through a Government Lens
A Conversation with George Takei: George Takei in Hyde Park, February 19, 2017
Japanese American Internment Teachable Moment video from the FDR Library