Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Last edited 05/09/2022

 May 19, 1-2 pm ET | Legacy and the Story of the Chinese Railroad Workers 

In honor and recognition of Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) heritage month, the Office of Facilities and Administrative Services, in partnership with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Civil Rights (ODICR), Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), National Park Service (NPS) and Interior Business Center (IBC) will feature a presentation on the Legacy and the Story of the Chinese Railroad Workers by Dr. Michael Sheehan, BLM Archeologist. He was recently featured in the Smithsonian Magazine and will conduct a live exhibit highlighting the work found. Since the 1960s, archaeologists have studied the work camps of Chinese immigrants and Chinese American laborers who built the railroads of the American West. The artifacts, sites, and landscapes provide a rich source of practical information about the historical experiences of Chinese railroad workers. All are encouraged to participate in the planned event. Contact for reasonable accommodations. Click  May 19th Aanhpi Event Flyer Management Approval Final [pdf]
to access the flyer. 


May 24, 2-3:30 pm ET | DOI Storytelling for Leadership Success

FAPAC-DOI and supporting DOI bureaus will host a fireside chat with two DOI leaders about their careers and their experiences related to the 2022 theme, “Advancing Leaders Through Collaboration.” ASL interpretation and closed captions will be provided. Contact with questions or other accommodations. Watch the live, virtual event at Click Fapac Doi Aanhpi Event Flyer 06 24 2022-508 Compliant [pdf]
to see the flyer.



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