AAPI Heritage Month: Guidance and Resources

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Our AAPI subcommittee curated a collection of resources to help uplift the voices of the AAPI community and organizations. 

AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Heritage month presents a meaningful opportunity to look back at the AAPI community’s collective history, and to acknowledge how deeply threaded throughout America’s social fabric it is.

The AAPI subcommittee of FCS’ Culture, Diversity, and Inclusion (CDI) Committee hopes to educate our teams, colleagues, and friends of this population’s vital role in the history and development of our headquarters’ state, California, and the U.S. as a whole. We aim to demonstrate solidarity and make a meaningful and positive impact against the racist rhetoric and physical violence that is plaguing the U.S. right now.

As we celebrate the diversity within the AAPI community, and explore the multi-faceted connections of the AAPI community’s influence on American history and culture, we will continue to highlight a closer look at the struggle for labor rights, matters on environmental justice, immigration and resiliency, and all things relating to culture.

If you would like to learn more in the spirit of self-education, we encourage you to check out this collection of resources we curated that we believe help uplift the voices of the AAPI community and organizations. For additional resources, please visit here.



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Organizations Local to our Headquarters (Southern California)

Organizations Local to our San Francisco Bay Area Office

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About the author

Madelyn Dolan

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Maddie Dolan returned to FirstCarbon Solutions (FCS) as an Environmental Services Analyst in October 2020 after interning for the company in 2019. In May 2020, she graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with degrees in Environmental Economics & Policy and Society & Environment. She held positions as UC Berkeley Panhellenic Vice President of Sustainability and Co-President of “Greening the Greeks.” Before working at FirstCarbon Solutions, she interned for Bay Area Green Tours in Oakland and for Global Green Economic Forum in Singapore. Maddie is passionate about Environmental Justice as it relates to public policy and social movements.

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