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Eustace Conway

Monthly Heritage Month Celebration  

Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Banner for  2024 AANHPI heritage month


Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month is observed annually in May to celebrate the contributions that generations of AAPIs have made to American history, society, and culture. 

"Advancing Leaders Through Innovation," pays homage to the visionaries and trailblazers who have shaped our AANHPI history and continue to influence our collective future. Innovation, resilience, and a pioneering spirit are cornerstones of American leadership. AANHPI leaders have made lasting contributions to our Nation’s economic prosperity, technological advancements, and social/political change through their ingenuity and creativity while navigating significant cultural and systemic barriers.

Jewish American Heritage Month



On April 20, 2006, President George W. Bush proclaimed May as Jewish American Heritage Month. Since then, annual proclamations have been issued by presidents and other governing bodies. This month is an opportunity to reflect on the Jewish American experience as well as the significant role Jewish Americans and those with Jewish American heritage have played in shaping the nation's history and identity. 

Jewish American Heritage Month celebrates the achievements of Jewish Americans, fosters pride among the American Jewish community, and aims to educate and enlighten a wider audience about the achievements of Jewish Americans.  This month is an opportunity for congregations to explore their history and look further into the larger Jewish immigration story.  It is also a chance to share your knowledge and Jewish pride with your community and highlight Jewish Americans and southern Jewish Americans.