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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's
Multi-Agency Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Planning Committee presents

One Community, Diverse Voices


You are invited to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Multi-Agency Asian Pacific American Heritage Planning Committee. The 2021 theme for is One Community, Diverse Voices, which captures the spirit of these challenging times. 

Wednesday, May 19, 2020
Program Begins at 12 Noon

This 60-minute virtual program (hosted in Microsoft Teams) will include a proclamation, history, entertainment and a keynote address by PA State Representative Patty Kim. Also featuring:

  • Special Messages from Governor Tom Wolf and Asian Pacific American (APA) Community Members
  • APA Art Performances of "Celebrating Tradition in a Year of Resilience"
  • K-12 Students' Paintings and Writings with the theme of "APA Quilt of Hope"


Proclamation & Poster

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month - Gov. Tom Wolf's proclamation.

Save the Date - Flyer announcing the program.


Because online capacity is limited, pre-registration is recommended. If the registration is not filled, a live link will be provided on a first-come basis.

Fill out the Registration Form below if you would like to attend the virtual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2021 program. 

An email with the link to the program will be emailed to you a few days before the event.


By submitting your registration, you permit the Multi-Agency Asian Pacific American Heritage Planning Committee to send you the registration link and other information related to the program. 

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