MBN USA celebrates Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month
In recognition of Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific
Islander Heritage Month, MBN USA celebrates the history and achievements of
Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders across the country.
Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders make
our nation more vibrant through diversity of cultures, languages and religions.
There is no single story of the AANHPI experience, but rather a diversity of
contributions that enrich America’s culture and society and strengthen the
United States’ role as a global leader.
The American story would be impossible without the strength,
contributions and legacies of AANHPIs who have helped build and unite this
country in each successive generation. From laying railroad tracks, tilling
fields and starting businesses to caring for our loved ones and honorably
serving our nation in uniform, AANHPI communities are deeply rooted in the
history of the United States.
MBN USA also celebrates and honors the invaluable
contributions AANHPI communities have made to the country’s arts, law, science,
business and technology, sports and public service — including the courageous
AANHPIs who have served on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic as health
care providers, first responders, teachers and other essential workers.