Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

AAPI Event

VIDEO: Many Threads, One Fabric

Watch the replay of our latest "Many Threads, One Fabric" event: a special, online forum with NYSUT members discussing AAPI issues in education.

VIDEO: NYSUT Members Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2023

We thank these NYSUT educators for sharing their stories.



From our national affiliates AFT and NEA:

NEA Webinars: May 2023

NEA proudly invites you to a series of webinars created to celebrate the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities. Throughout the month of May and all year, we strive to honor the richness and diversity of AANHPI culture and confront the unique challenges our AANHPI community members face when seeking belonging and equality in our nation.  

Wednesday, May 17, 7-8 PM ET
Living Intersectionally: Creating belonging for the AAPI + LGBTQ+ community

Wednesday, May 24, 7-8 PM ET
Virtual training: Understanding Intersection of Class & Race in AAPI Identity (GAR)

Wednesday, May 31, 7-8 PM ET
Undocumented and Unafraid: How can educators support our AAPI undocumented immigrant students?

New NYSUT Poster Celebrates Academy Award Winner Ke Huy Quan

This year we celebrate Ke Huy Quan, who recently won the 2023 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Waymond Wang in the science fiction film “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Quan is one of only two actors of Asian descent to win the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, and the first Vietnam-born actor to win an Academy Award.

Download or order the poster at nysut.org/publications.

Limited quantities are free to NYSUT members. Mandarin version coming soon.

Ke Huy Quan