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2023 ASIAN AMERICAN PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH OPENING CEREMONY

Date
May 12, 2023
Time
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
culturela.org/programs-and-initiatives/city-of-los-angeles-heritage-month-celebrations/

Join Mayor Karen Bass; Councilmember John S. Lee; Councilmember Nithya Raman; the Los Angeles City Council; and the 2023 Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Committee to officially commemorate and celebrate the opening of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the City of Los Angeles.

This year’s Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration returns to an in-person format and to kick things off, Councilmember Lee and Councilmember Raman will honor individuals with the 2023 R.I.S.E Awards. These awardees are outstanding individuals who have uplifted the AAPI community in different fields including the entertainment, nonprofit, public service, and small business sectors.

The theme for this year’s Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month is: Unity is Strength, selected to reflect on the importance of community over the course of the last year.

 

For questions, please contact Roger Quintanilla at 818.882.1212 or roger.quintanilla@lacity.org

Location

Los Angeles City Hall, Spring Court
200 North Spring Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90012 United States
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