Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month
The U.S. celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month each May. The first celebration began as “Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week” on May 4, 1979, when President Jimmy Carter signed Proclamation 4650 to commemorate the contributions and accomplishments of Asian/Pacific Americans. In 1990, Congress expanded the observance from a week to a month. In 1992, President George H.W. Bush passed Public Law 102-540 designating the month of May as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month.
The Career Center at Tufts has put together some resources for employers below for your reference: