The Digital Divide: A Persistent Challenge for the AAPI Community

It’s been over a year since the pandemic upended the lives of people across the world. For many of us across the United States, it has been a year of migrating more of our social and economic life online. We emptied our offices to work from home. Our children left classrooms and started virtual lessons. […]

Confronting COVID-19 Related Harassment in Schools

During the COVID-19 pandemic, false information about Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders led to the increase of hate incidents towards the community. According Stop AAPI Hate, over 6,600 hate incidents were reported between March 2020 and March 2021. APAPA does not condone bullying or harassment of any kind and schools are not the exception. Racism […]

Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program

Update:January 14, 2021: Sacramento, CA – California’s Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA), part of the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), today announced that Round 1 for the Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program has closed.  With more than 300,000 applications successfully completed, application approval notifications will be sent out Friday, January […]

In Memory of Dr. David Park

APAPA is greatly saddened to hear about the passing of Dr. David Park on December 19, 2020. Dr. Park was the Founder of South Baylo University. Established in 1977 in Los Angeles as a post-secondary educational institution, South Baylo University’s mission is to expand the knowledge of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) and serve the […]

APAPA’s Thanksgiving Turkey Drive

Previous Next Happy Thanksgiving everyone! This year, we are especially thankful for our leaders and supporters who have never stopped believing in our mission of empowering, inspiring, and engaging the API community despite all the challenges we’ve faced as a result of the pandemic. In the spirit of giving and helping the community during these […]