What We’ve Done: June 2020
13 Questions With Evan Low
“Whether it is being seen as a perpetual foreigner… or the continuous fight for equal rights as an openly LGBT citizen in this country, the fight for equality for all is unconditional.”
California State Assemblymember Evan Low made history by becoming the youngest Asian American legislator to have been elected to the Assembly in state history. – read what he had to say!
June Events and Programs
Virtual National Leadership Academy
APAICS Women’s Collective Summit 2020
Our 2020 APAICS Women’s Collective Summit will be occurring July 30. The purpose of the summit is to bring powerful AAPI women together to share, inspire, and take bold action toward creating a more representative democracy. We hope to see you there!
Program Date: July 30
Virtual Youth Leadership Academy – Application Deadline: July 20
Program Dates: August 3-7
The APAICS Virtual Youth Leadership Academy (YLA), in partnership with the Close Up Foundation is a week-long leadership development and enrichment program. Geared for high school students, the YLA will include interactive leadership development sessions, guest speakers, and networking opportunities to meet with other successful Asian American and Pacific Islander leaders and students from around the world. Visit our website for more information.
APAICS in Conversation
Join us for our APAICS In Conversation series to learn and hear from leading AAPI experts in their field of work. Click here to register.
Catch up on our past APAICS in Conversation webinars on our Youtube channel. Last month’s program included Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Secretary Norman Y. Mineta, CAPAC Chair Judy Chu, along with 12 other members of Congress for our special Asian Pacific American Heritage Month – CAPAC in Conversation.