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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

| July 10, 2022

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111 New Books to Read for Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

| July 10, 2022

In the U.S., May is the month when we shine a particular spotlight on the heritage, history, and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.Of course, theres no reason to limit yourself to only one month when reading books by AAPI writers, and with this list of more than 100 new books all published or upcoming in 2022, you wont run out of great fiction and thought-provoking nonfiction for a very long time. Weve cast a rather broad net this year, including works by authors from the Asian diaspora around the world as well as freshly translated titles. This isn't meant to be a comprehensive list but a sampling of books to discover across genres.As youll see, theres plenty to choose from.

Where to See Art in Philly This Summer – Philadelphia magazine

| July 6, 2022

Guides From grand celebrations of movement forefathers to up-and-comer shows to puppets, heres what to see at the citys galleries and museums this summer.

DNI Haines Welcomes 15 New Americans at Town of Vienna Naturalization Ceremony – Office of the Director of National Intelligence

| July 6, 2022

DNI Haines Welcomes 15 New Americans at Town of Vienna Naturalization Ceremony Story and photos by Annika Moody, ODNI Office of Strategic Communications Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines welcomed new U.S.

Date Will Live in Infamy’: Tri-State Leaders, Public React to SCOTUS Abortion Ruling – NBC New York

| June 26, 2022

The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which was unthinkable just a few years ago, sent shockwaves across the nation Friday morning -- a ruling that has ended the constitutional protections for abortions that have been in place for nearly half a century

Callista L. Gingrich | Celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month

| June 25, 2022

By Ambassador Callista L. Gingrich Every May, the United States celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month to honor the contributions of Jewish Americans to our countrys history and culture.

The Halakhic Argument for Reproductive Justice – Harvard Political Review

| June 19, 2022

This article is a part of the HPR Jewish American Heritage Month Collection and represents the independent perspective of the author.


| June 4, 2022

Past JAHM EventWhen Rabbis Bless Congress with Howard Mortman and Brian Lamb Tuesday, May 10, 2022 Original Date of Event: Tuesday, May 10 at 1 pm ET Howard Mortman s When Rabbis Bless Congress: The Great American Story of Jewish Prayers on Capitol Hill is an unprecedented examination of 160 years of Jewish prayers delivered in the literal and figurative center of American democracy. With exhaustive research written in approachable prose, it tells the story of more than 400 rabbis giving over 600 prayers since the Civil War days. In this program Mortman will be joined in conversation by Brian Lamb , founder and former CEO of C-SPAN.Mortman and Lamb will discuss, and screen specially selected videos of the history from the C-SPAN archives.

A Proclamation on Jewish American Heritage Month, 2021

| June 4, 2022

The Jewish American experience is a story of faith, fortitude, and progress. It is a quintessential American experience one that is connected to key tenets of American identity, including our Nations commitment to freedom of religion and conscience.

Jewish American Heritage Month May 2023 – National Today

| June 4, 2022

Jews first arrived on American soil back in 1654 in New Amsterdam. In search of better opportunities and lifestyles, they made the U.S. their new home base, finding in it a space where they could openly practice their faith and lead their lives freely without the fear of persecution

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