MINEOLA, NY – Throughout the month of May, Nassau County is hosting a series of events to celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and the Office of Asian American Affairs (OAA) will honor the AAPI community of Nassau County in a series of cultural and informational events as well as a social media campaign featuring community youth organizations.
“This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Nassau County is recognizing the contributions, culture, and achievements of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans, while highlighting the many services and resources available for residents. I thank Executive Director Farrah Mozawalla, the Office of Asian American Affairs, and our OAA Council for putting together this informative program of events,” said Nassau County Executive Laura Curran.
“We are excited to not only highlight and celebrate our AAPI community but also provide resources to uplift the community,” said Executive Director of the Office of Asian American Affairs, Farrah Mozawalla.
The Office of Asian American Affairs is hosting the following events in May to further support local businesses, provide County resources and showcase the incredible heritage, diversity and resilience of Nassau’s AAPI community.