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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility: Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI)

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Samantha Peter
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Laramie, WY 82070
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 Photograph of three Chinese woman in traditional clothing taken by a traveling journalist.

Welcome to the Asian American and Pacific Islanders Research Guide. This guide was designed by librarians at UW Libraries and archivists at the American Heritage Center to provide information and resources specific to Asian American and Pacific Islanders Studies. On this page, you will find tabs with information on UW Libraries databases, collections at the AHC, and outside resources. 

Photograph titled "Foreign Correspondent Work and Travel, China and Chinese Life, Captions by Bert and Irene Kuhn, 1922-1926" from University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center, Irene Kuhn Papers, Accession Number 08536, Box 26, Folder 6

Suggested Keywords


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We understand that the hardest part of doing research can be identifying keywords. Here are some suggested keywords from your friendly UW library faculty: 

  • Asian American (Chinese, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Korean, Japanese, Malaysian)
  • Pacific Islanders (Pasifika, Oceania)

If you need additional help with keywords, please email our team of research librarians at coeref@uwyo.edu.

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