CELEBRATE AANHPI Heritage Month in May
Before you order Chinese take-out to honor Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders, ask yourself, “How does this honor them? Is anyone learning anything about these cultures? What is the end goal of this gesture?”
Instead eating that egg roll, educate, elevate, and celebrate Asian American contributions to America with a thought-provoking, intriguing program. I know to invite in participation and to bring out stories that will be remembered.
I can help you create workplace culture where Asian employees feel like they belong. Your company will attract and retain more Asian clients and employees.
What you can do
Build a May Heritage Month Campaign to spotlight and validate your current Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander employees and to demonstrate cultural competency inside and outside of the company. By creating a campaign, this effort can begin to create Asian inclusion both internally and externally.
- Highlight employees and/or clients
- Launch AANHPI Educational campaigns
- Host weekly presentations and/or discussions featuring AANHPIs to the majority employees
- Facilitate Culture Chats
- Display Asian Inclusion installations
I can help you honor your AANHPI employees and enrich of the employees and impress the customers that become aware of your efforts.
Which topics do you speak about for AANHPI Heritage month?
CRUCIAL BASICS TO UNDERSTAND
- Aren’t Asians All Alike? The Forgotten Americans
- Hidden Histories: Uncovering the Untold Story of Asian Americans in America
- Invisible No More: Celebrating Notable Asian Americans
- The Struggle to Belong: The Burden of Assimilation on Asian Americans
- Name Pronunciation: The secret advantage to give you the edge
- Be an Asian Ally: Proactive Strategies for Responding to Microaggressions
- From Awareness to Action: How to Be an Effective Asian Ally
- What is Your Origin Story? The Power of Identity
- What’s It Like to Be Hapa? Exploring Multiracial Identity
- Where are you REALLY from? Before you ask understand your impact
- Through Two Lenses: Black & Asian Perspectives