Celebrate Diversity With New Heritage Month Videos

People walking through a hallway with flags from different countries and maize and blue balloons.

Picture yourself crouching behind cars as bullets fly overhead. Now picture yourself conducting interviews in the middle of this turmoil.

The life risking journalism of Sheryl WuDunn earned her the Pulitzer Prize, the first for Asian Americans. This inspiring story is one of many in this month’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Month videos available from Organizational Learning.

Learn more about history-makers such as Duke Kahanamoku, a Hawaiian native known as the “Father of Surf” and Cristeta Comerford, the first Asian American White House executive chef, and more. Watch the new Asian American and Pacific Islander Month videos and celebrate the diversity of our community.

Each month, a new set of videos created by diversity trainer Dr. Steve Robbins is available for viewing. They can be watched alone or with groups to promote discussion and understanding.

Watch new Asian American and Pacific Islander Month videos and sign up to receive future videos.

Be curious and get inspired by watching heritage month videos that spotlight “hidden figures” during Asian American and Pacific Islander Month.

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