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  1. APA Heritage Month National Calendar of Events lists May events by city, supported by The Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) and others.

  2. Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC), founded in 1985, is an inter-agency organization of Asian Pacific American employees, representing over 50 Federal agencies. It is the principal organization behind Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May each year.

  3. UCLA's Asian American Studies Center, contributing to an understanding of the long neglected history, rich cultural heritage, and present position of Asian Americans in our society.

  4. Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute (APAWLI) is a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to the enhancement and enrichment of leadership skills for successful Asian and Pacific American women leaders.

  5. Asian American Government Executives Network (AAGEN), founded in 1994, is a non-partisan organization of the highest ranking Asian Pacific American career and appointed executives, judiciary members, and military officers in the Federal, state, and local governments.

  6. Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA), founded in 1973, is a national non-profit, non-partisan advocacy organization dedicated to securing the rights of Chinese American and Asian American citizens and permanent residents through legislative and policy initiatives at all levels of the government.

  7. The National Korean American Service and Education Consortium, Inc. (NAKASEC), is a national organization that seeks to educate and empower Korean American communities nationwide.

  8. The National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS), founded in 1980, is a non-profit membership supported organization dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and dissemination of materials relating to the history and culture of Japanese Americans. NJAHS specializes in traveling exhibitions, publications, videos, interactive multimedia, military and camp collections, and educational programs.

  9. Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), was founded in 1929 to fight discrimination against people of Japanese ancestry. The JACL has over 24,500 members in 112 chapters located in 25 states, Washington D.C., and Japan.

  10. Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL), founded in 1989 by Asian Pacific American (APA) professionals as a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization. Its mission is to promote APA interests and success in public sector careers, to provide information and education on policy issues affecting the APA community, and to serve the APA community at large.

  11. National Association of Asian American Professionals, (NAAAP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all-volunteer organization whose mission is to promote the personal and professional development of the Asian American community.

  12. Asian American Village (AAV), offers news and announcements, a research library, a calendar of events, and a link to the minority job bank sponsored by Black Collegian Online.

  13. Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics', LEAP, founded in 1982, is a national organization providing original programs in leadership training, public policy research, and community education.