The Emerging Majority - Highlights of AAPI Research

Wednesday, May 7, 2014
National Council of LaRaza
1126 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

See presentations from the event here

The United States is set to become a majority-minority, or majority-people of color, nation by 2043. Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are central to this process, with the fastest rates of population growth nationwide and in many states. Despite the growing importance of AAPI communities, their policy visibility has been limited until recently due to the lack of public awareness and limited data.
 
Want to know more about what is happening?  Please join us for lunch in Washington DC on May 7, as we mark Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by featuring new policy reports on issues ranging from ACA enrollment and poverty, to voter registration and education disparities.
 
Special thanks to our partners:
AAPI Data, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Action for Health Justice, Asian & Pacific Islander American Vote, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Empowering Pacific Islander Communities, Hmong National Development, Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, National CAPACD, National Council of Asian Pacific Islander Physicians, Southeast Asia Resource Action Center.