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Professional Development

The Asian American Education Project

Type Virtual (live), virtual (asynchronous), in-person Grades K–12 Additional Rich, searchable curricula resources on free website Website asianamericanedu.org Founded in 2021 by civil rights activists Stewart and Pat Kwoh, The Asian American Education Project (AAEdu) provides free, online K-12 curriculum lessons on AAPI history for teachers and school districts nationwide. AAEdu offers frequent live, virtual […]

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The E Pluribus Unum Project

Type In-person, virtual (live) Grades K–12 Contact theepuproject@gmail.com The E Pluribus Unum Project (TEPUP) is a nonprofit organization based in New Jersey with a mission to promote an inclusive K-12 curriculum that reflects the diversity of public schools in the state. We strive to bring together students, parents, educators, policymakers, and community members to support

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South Asian American Digital Archive

Type In-person, virtual (live) Grades 9–12 Additional Publisher of Our Stories: An Introduction to South Asian America, with educator resources Website www.saada.org The South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) uses the power of stories to create belonging for more than 5.4 million South Asian Americans. SAADA’s archive, consisting of nearly 5,000 unique items, is the

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Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice

Type In-person Grades PK–12 Additional Summer Foundations Institute Website idsj.us The Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice is the brainchild of Dr. Khyati Joshi and Shanelle Henry. It was originally born from a collaboration between Fairleigh Dickinson University and The American Conference on Diversity, and was first hosted in New Jersey over a decade

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YURI Education Project

Type In-person, virtual (live) Grades PK–12 Additional Curriculum writing, intersectional workshops Website yurieducationproject.com YURI Education Project was founded by two long time Asian American educators who were former classroom teachers and are current teacher educators and educational leaders. YURI creates educational resources and experiences for cultural institutions, teachers, and PK-12 students. With a specialty in

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