Staatus Index 2023

Perceptions of Asian Americans Across the U.S.

Now in its third year, the STAATUS Index tracks American attitudes towards Asian Americans, revealing new insights and reminding us of longstanding challenges.

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Sunrise Collective: Bringing Together the AAPI Community at Sundance Film Festival

Presented by TAAF, Daniel Dae Kim’s 3AD, and Gold House, Sunrise Collective was the official AAPI house of the 2023 Sundance Film Festival.

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2022 Year in review

Building for the Future

This year, we focused on building for the future through our core pillars of work—Anti-Hate and Belonging, Education, Narrative Change, and Unlocking Resources.

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SOLIDARITY and youth empowerment

Jeremy Lin Foundation and TAAF Announce Stronger Together Collaborative

Building solidarity and empowerment with AAPI youth in New York City.

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AAPI Giving Challenge

Inspiring Organizations to Raise the Standard of Investment in AAPIs Everywhere.

Our 130+ Giving Challenge partners are answering the call to reverse the
long-standing underinvestment in our AAPI community.

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Narrative Change

Supporting the Next Generation of AAPI Storytellers.

Sundance Institute and TAAF announce a new fellowship and scholarship for AAPI artists.

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Narrative Change

Changing Culture through Food

Panda Express supports storytellers to diversify our everyday life, so we can foster AAPI belonging and inclusion as one of the many identities that make up a multicultural America.

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Heritage Heroes

Watch Heritage Heroes
on Hulu

Our Heritage Heroes special celebrates unsung AAPI organizers, activists, and community leaders in a dynamic program spotlighting their remarkable stories.

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Our American Story

"The disproportionate impact of anti-AAPI hate and violence on AAPI women, including the tragic murders in Atlanta, points to the importance of addressing the vulnerabilities and strengths of AAPI women. Together with TAAF, we are centering AAPI women in conversations that benefit the community at large."

Sung Yeon Choimorrow

Executive Director
National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum (NAPAWF)

Our American Story

"Learning about AAPI history is critical to understanding who we are today and where we're going as a nation. TAAF's support allows the AAEdu to advocate for requiring ethnic studies, including Asian American Studies, in every student's curriculum."

Pat and Stewart Kwoh

Co-Founders and Co-Executive Directors
Asian American Education Project (AAEdu)

Our American Story

"Over the last year, anti-AAPI hate incidents and the demand for community safety have skyrocketed. TAAF fuels our growth as we release detailed analyses, educate the community, and champion policies that confront discriminatory actions."

Manjusha Kulkarni

Stop AAPI Hate

Our American Story

"Advancing Justice – AAJC is proud to be working with TAAF to bring new resources and collaborative partners together on behalf of the Asian American community.
It is vital that we all are working toward furthering solutions to meet the needs of our community at this pivotal moment in our history and Advancing Justice – AAJC is committed to that movement.”   

John C. Yang

President and Executive Director
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC


in the news

President George W. Bush, President Bill Clinton, and President Barack Obama to give welcoming remarks at TAAF's launch event, "Claiming Power: The Future of Asian Americans," on May 4, 2021.

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