Author Talk with Dr. Jenny Wang
Dr. Jenny T. Wang is a Taiwanese American clinical psychologist and national speaker on the intersections of Asian American identity, mental health, and intergenerational and racial trauma. Destigmatizing mental health within the Asian community and empowering Asian Americans to prioritize their own mental well-being is her mission. Dr. Wang also has created the Instagram community…
Queen Lili’uokalani – The First and Last Queen of Hawai’i
Queen Lili‘uokalani (1838-1917) was the first sovereign queen, and the last monarch of Hawai‘i, who assumed the throne in the midst of a government takeover by American business owners supported by the U.S. military. After being deposed and placed under house arrest, she fought to preserve native Hawaiian rights and traditions.
The Sikh Coalition Website
Community, classroom and anti-racism resources to support and promote Sikh inclusion
Support AAPI Educators And Students
Resources across the spectrum to support AAPI educators and students
Asian American K-12 Education Curriculum
Through relevant and engaging lesson plans and activities, the resources developed will seek to inspire a deeper understanding of the history, current experience, and future trajectory of our nation’s fastest-growing demographic group. Important content and themes explored in the series will be used to teach concepts while meeting national content standards.
The Windows and Mirrors of Your Child’s Bookshelf
An introduction highlighting the significance of multicultural literature on personal identity and development, motivation, and the potential implications of a multicultural education on students’ academic achievement and success in school.