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Review Details: Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month

Initiative

Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month (APIAHM)

Edits are no longer accepted for records associated with fiscal year 2016.
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(*Required)Are you continuing to plan for this initiative?
Active
(*Required)Name of your initiative
Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month
Short name to identify initiative (e.g., DIP, DDEEA, UHS)
APIAHM
Category that best characterizes your initiative
Event
Description of initiative
The purpose of APIAHM is to celebrate the history and heritage of Asian Pacific Islander American, and promote cultural appreciation and community partnerships. These are the initiatives that were occurred during the heritage month of 2016. April 2 Colors of the Spring, Spring Formal with Korean American Student Association (KASA), Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) & Hmong American Student Association (HASA) April 3 APIAHM Potluck April 6 Hmong ‘Good’ Space: Territorialities and Networks April 8 Hmong Language Culture Night April 9 Asian American Intervarsity Faith (AAIV) vs Asian American Identity and Activism: Competitors or Complements? Seminar April 14 Kabzaug Vaj: Building a Better World: Organizing for Social Change April 15 Rated P: Kamayan (Potluck) April 16 FASO Presents: Rated P: Workshops April 16 Korean Culture Day with AAIV, KASA & Families through Korean Adoption April 16 India Student Association Presents: HOLI 2016 April 26 Hmong Memory at the Crossroads Film April 26 International Student Services Presents: Tohoku Tomo April 28 Chi Sigma Tau Presents: Activation: Education, Empowering & Activating APIs at UW-Madison April 29 Lao and Hmong and the CIA Connection Film April 29 HASA Presents: Above the Noise April 30 HASA D/Evolution of Hmong Americans Conference April 30 VSA’s Senior Reception May 6 Journalism Opportunity by the 3HmongTV May 6 Southeast Asian American Graduation Reception May 7 APIAHM Closing Reception
Registered Student Organizations (RSO) are groups or associations that are operated by students at UW-Madison who are registered with the Center for Leadership and Involvement
Initiative is not on behalf of a RSO.
(*Required)Division, department, and unit responsible for initiative
General Services (VP DIVERSITY AND CLIMATE PGMS)-OFFICE OF THE VICE PROVOST
(*Required)Date initiative was established
04/01/2015
Give a formal summary of the aims and values of the initiative or a live link
Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month is a dedicated time during the year for celebrating the history and heritage of Asian Pacific Islander American. It is a time for promoting cultural appreciation and community partnerships.
Give an aspirational description of what your initiative would like to achieve or accomplish in the mid-term or long-term future, or provide a live link
To celebrate and pay tribute to the contributions generations of Asian Pacific Islanders have made to American history, society and culture.
Provide initiatives website URL. If there is none, please leave blank.
Select the date the initiative ends this fiscal year
05/15/2017
Frequency

FrequencySelect the time period for measuring recurrence

Weekly

Start Date(*Required)Select the date the initiative began this fiscal year

04/01/2016

End DateSelect the date the initiative ends this fiscal year

05/15/2017

Participants
(*Required)Number of people who participated in the initiative
500
(*Required)Indicate whether or not participants had to pay a fee to participate
No
Indicate whether the initiative is open to those that were not apart of the targeted audience
No

Target Population(*Required)Intended audience of initiative: Community

Sub-Target Population(*Required)Choose a sub-set of the Target Population that is the intended audience of the initiative: All
Demographics(*Required)Characteristics of target population
Sex
Male
Female
Intersex
Orientation
Straight
Gay
Lesbian
Bisexual/pansexual/fluid
Queer
Asexual
Same gender loving
Two Spirit
Not Listed
Gender
Men
Women
Transgender
Non-binary/genderqueer/gender fluid
Stud/boi
Two Spirit
Not Listed
Ethnicity
Hispanic: Cuban
Hispanic: Puerto Rican
Hispanic: Mexican, Mexican American, Chicanx
Hispanic: Other
Non-Hispanic
Race
African American/Black
American Indian/Alaska Native
Asian (Other)
Southeast Asian (Cambodian, Vietnamese, Hmong, Laotian)
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
White
Ability
Person(s) with a Disability
Person(s) without a Disability
Contact People

First Name

Pao (primary)

Last Name

Thao

Primary Email Indicate whether this e-mail address is the preferred e-mail address


Sponsors (People)
Organization Sponsors
Affiliated Units
This fiscal year has no active goals.