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The Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival is a unique event that is held every year in New York City. The communities of Asian and Pacific Islanders celebrate a colorful festival that expresses the tradition and culture of each of the immigrant communities.
The event that is hosted by the Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans in New York City takes place in the open air. It is known as the largest outdoor celebration of its kind in the US.
The festival’s guests can enjoy diverse cultural activities such as live music, various shows, dance, traditional food, and more. The festival, which first set out in 1979, is held every year and emphasizes the diverse cultural contribution of the communities to the society, culture, and unity of America.
See link below for detail carnifest.com/the-asian-pacific-american-heritage-festival-2021.
The Graduation Stole Ceremony has been long held at Wagner College and other leading academic institutions to celebrate the invaluable contributions made by the Men of Color initiative and Women of Color Initiative to the advancement of scholarship, leadership, service, and community development.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year's ceremony will be hybrid with attendance from graduating seniors receiving the graduation stole and an individual within the community to bestow the graduation stole on each graduate. In person, attendance is by invitation only however virtual viewing is open to the public.
Click on the link to join us virtually.
Sponsored by the Division of Campus Life.
Anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment are on the rise across the US -- and the world.
In this virtual workshop hosted on zoom, and co-sponsored by Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC) and Hollaback!, we'll learn how you can intervene effectively as a bystander without ever compromising your safety.
Register for this event here.