Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month from May 1 - May 31, 2021. Asian Pacific American Heritage Month began in 1977 as a smaller ten day celebration in May, and transformed to a month-long observance in 1990. The month commemorates the resilience and legacy, traditions, and culture of Asians, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders across the United States. Learn more and see stories in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month.
This two day welcome event is for all incoming students, staff, faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers of color to discuss how you navigate Harvard, hear tips, and find professional and social networks. Events are rooted in anti-racist and social justice frameworks. Co-hosted by the Harvard Office for Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging and the DIB Leadership Council members and community leaders.
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Open to all in the Harvard community, Unity Weekend, a three-day virtual conference, will serve as a forum for diverse communities to come together for candid conversations on complex issues at the intersection of identity, inclusion, and impact.
Hosted by the Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance (H4A), Harvard Black Alumni Society (HBAS), Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance (HLAA), and Native American Alumni of Harvard University (NAAHU) in partnership with the Harvard Alumni Association.