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June 29, 2024

Hello AACP Newsletter Blog Readers.

For those that only read our newsletters on our website, we apologies for not updating this page for awhile.

We’ve had three editions (March, April, and May newsletters) since we last updated this page. Please check them out or click on the links to the articles listed above.

Some subscribers to our email version gave us interesting feedback on one of our latest articles, “The US Office of Management and Budget’s New Definition for ‘Asian’ and the Implications for What AACP Focuses On.”

Their feedback got me thinking about how other AAPI organizations defined “Asian.” As the US OMB has just demonstrated, the definition for “Asian” is not fixed in stone or easily definable. If you’re with an AAPI organization, feel free to let us know your thoughts on this subject.

That’s all for now. Have a great weekend and summer.

Leonard Chan