AAPI Clearinghouse

As a collaborative project, the vision of the AAPI Clearinghouse is to educate and empower Asian-American political engagement across the country.

To see all the members in the AAPI Clearinghouse, click here.

Recent Issue

Study Finds that Obamacare Has Dramatically Increased the Number of Insured in the AAPI Community

In a study published online April 30, 2018, in JAMA Internal Medicine, the authors found that the ACA has increased the number of insured in all minority groups. This is especially true of the Asian American Pacific Islander community. The...

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Educational Opportunities to Celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Learn more about the AAPI experience through several online and in-person opportunities.  See the full website for more details. Built collaboratively by several organizations, the website contains teacher resources, audio visual exhibits, and a...

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American Muslim Poll 2018: Pride and Prejudice

The Institute for Social Policy and Understanding issued its annual poll, sub-titled Pride and Prejudice, the report attempts to measure the attitudes and policy preferences that impact the lives of American Muslims across faith communities. According to the authors: ISPU’s...

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Aftab Pureval for Congress Reception in DC

Aftab Pureval has won the Democratic primary to be the Democratic Candidate for Ohio’s 1st US Congressional District (Cincinnati). We hope you will join him at a reception on May 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the home of Daniel...

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Second Annual AAPI Progressive Summit – May 14th

Keynote Speaker – Brad Jenkins Brad Jenkins is an expert at turning belly laughs into beltway advocacy. As Funny Or Die’s Managing Director and Executive Producer in Washington D.C., Jenkins manages creative campaigns and political strategy for non-profits, foundations,...

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The New York Times stated that Sri Kulkarni represents the best chance of flipping the Texas 22nd

Frank Bruni, columnist of the New York Times, wrote about our friend Sri Preston Kulkarni. Richard Murray, a professor of political science at the University of Houston, told to keep an eye as well on the 22nd District,...

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APALA Statement on the Omnibus Spending Bill Impact of Restaurant Workers and Undocumented Youth

In March President Trump signed the omnibus spending bill into a law which was victorious for tipped workers and public schools but left the fate of undocumented youth uncertain and advanced an anti-immigrant agenda. The Asian Pacific American Labor...

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Investigate Immigration Trends Over the Decades

Scholastic publishing maintain an interactive website that provides insights into the story of US immigration over the decades. Researchers can review the statistics of immigration organized by decade, region, or country of origin. Through this website you can also...

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Report on Double Standard in Reporting on Extremist Violence

The Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) released a report on the ethnic disparity in the coverage of ideologically motivated violence. Equal Treatment?: Measuring the Legal and Media Responses to Ideologically Motivated Violence in the United States examines...

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