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Vaccination Disparities, Struggles with Discrimination and Mental Health Found

Over 1,500 people participated in the study, which presents disaggregated data for ethnic groups, evaluates vaccination confidence and outcomes, and draws attention to unfolding epidemics of anti-Asian hate and decreased mental health.

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APIAHF Applauds Introduction of LIFT the BAR Act

WASHINGTON – On Friday, Rep. Pramila Jayapal (WA-07) introduced the Lifting Immigrant Families Through Benefits Access Restoration Act (LIFT the BAR Act). The LIFT the BAR Act removes the five-year bar that restricts lawfully present non-citizens from accessing federal and state public benefits that was imposed by the harsh and archaic restrictions of the Personal…

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Nationwide Survey of AANHPI on COVID-19

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The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) with the COVID Collaborative and Hart Research, released the results of a nationwide COVID-19 survey that focused specifically on the diverse Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities. Over 1,500 people participated in the study, which presents disaggregated data for ethnic groups, evaluates vaccination…

Advocating For Data Disaggregation by Race and Ethnicity

Sometimes, being seen becomes a matter of life and death. It can determine whether we are able to live a life of well-being and enjoy access to health, educational, and economic opportunities.  Being visible is especially important in decisions that guide federal, state, and local policies, funding, and institutional practices and programs. Fully understanding challenges…