Interfaith America’s AAPI qualitative research and storytelling initiative explores Asian American and Pacific Islanders’ experiences of religious identity and diversity in the United States. Stories published as part of this initiative offer key findings from the research and spotlight AAPI changemakers across different religious, civic, and professional sectors.
With support from The Asian American Foundation, Interfaith America has embarked on a research endeavor to increase awareness and understanding of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Specifically, our work examines their complex religious, spiritual, and secular identities; explores the role of religion in fostering AAPI solidarity and belonging in the United States; and identifies promising practices for engaging AAPI communities in bridgebuilding work across racial and religious lines. This initiative also provides a unique opportunity to showcase as-yet-untold stories of AAPI leaders in different religious, civic, and professional sectors.
Explore Asian American and Pacific Islanders’ experiences of religious identity and diversity in the United States.
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Director of Program Operations & Evaluation