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National Resources

APIC-South Puget Sound is committed to offering accessible resources to the Asian and Pacific Islander community. Below you will find resources on immigration, food security, voter registration and more. We are working to provide more language-accessible sources and will update this page as our work continues.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice: Immigration rights, legal advocacy, voting rights, and racial justice programs

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA):​ Provides political education, voter registration programs, and training within the labor movement

APA Justice: Advocates against racial profiling of Asian Pacific Americans 

APIAVote: Language-accessible programs about voting, civic engagement, and youth development

United Chinese Americans: Encourages civic participation, political engagement, youth education, and preservation of heritage and culture

White House Initiative on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (WHIAANHPI): “Demystifying Federal Grants”: WHIAANHPI launched “Demystifying Federal Grants,” a new webinar series aimed at sharing insights and tips to help community-based organizations access federal grants and resources

Federal Grants for AANHPI Organizations: Open grants compiled by The Asian American Foundation for AANHPI-serving organizations


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