Are you a talented artist or graphic designer with a passion for showcasing the beauty and strength of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities? AAPI Data Project invites you to participate in our exciting design contest, where your artistic skills can help us spread the message that “Data is Empowering.”
About AAPI Data Project: Empowering Through Accurate …
AAPI Data and the Americans and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) today released results from a survey on the experiences of nearly 400 nonprofits across the United States serving Asian American (AA)and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. This effort is a partnership with Asian Pacific Fund, Asian Pacific Community Fund, and Korean American Community …
BY MARGARET M. CHIN
Interviews with more than 100 Asian Americans for my 2020 book STUCK: Why Asian Americans Don’t Reach the top of the Corporate Ladder highlighted a key workplace experience for many of the U.S.-born or raised Asian American salaried workers with whom I spoke. They had no problem getting entry-level jobs but had a difficult time moving …
This RFP is focused on researchers and partners outside of the University of California System.
Awards will range from $50,000 to $200,000, with March 7 deadline
For reference, the announcement blog post is linked here: https://aapidata.com/blog/rfp-2/
There are 2 parallel application processes depending on funding levels:
For Applications $99,000 or less: Submit proposals to AAPIdata@ucr.edu
For Applications $100,000 to $200,000:…
As part of the investment by the California State Legislature into improving the data available on Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities in California, the AAPI Data project at the University of California, Riverside received an allocation to support social science research on the needs of AA and NHPI communities in California. Drawing on this allocation, AAPI …
BY KARTHICK RAMAKRISHNAN
Yes, they did it again.
The New York Times editorial team apparently decided to take a deeper look at Asian America. They did so by conducting a focus group that explored topics ranging from self-identity to race relations, to the uptick in hate incidents and gun violence in Asian American communities.
Kudos to the New York Times …
This second call is focused on researchers and partners outside of the University of California system.
Awards ranging from $50,000 to $200,000, with March 7, 2023 deadline
Release Date: February 15, 2023
Webinar Date: February 22, 2023, at noon PT (Zoom registration via https://aapidata.com/rfp-webinar)
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, March 7, 2023, 6 pm PT
Notification Date: March 17, …
Welcoming Dr. Richard Pan to the AAPI Data Team
AAPI Data is growing and we’re excited to announce the first new addition to our team: Dr. Richard Pan, former California State Senator. We’re excited to draw on Dr. Pan’s wealth of policy and research expertise to further expand and improve our policy impact.
Dr. Richard Pan is a pediatrician, former …
The COVID-19 pandemic caused an increase in economic troubles, hate incidents and poor health outcomes among the AANHPI community in California
RIVERSIDE, CA. and LOS ANGELES, CA.,
February 7, 2023
The AAPI Data Project at UC Riverside and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research released a comprehensive report today revealing economic hardships, negative health outcomes and a rise in …
Now more than ever, states are important battlegrounds on a variety of issues affecting communities of color. This is especially true with a deeply divided Congress, a Supreme Court delegating greater authority to state governments, and the growing diversification of state legislatures.
To that end, AAPI Data is excited to announce the launch of a State Policy Portal that: