Last Thursday we hosted a specialized webinar focused on Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Voter Engagement Messaging and Tactics, sponsored by the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. Thanks again, Alliance for Strong Families and Communities! These generous sponsorships help keep our webinars FREE and accessible for all! To learn more, click here.

To the folks who were on the webinar, there was a disruption at the very end during the Q&A portion. Fortunately, it recorded that portion that some of you may have missed. You can now watch it on YouTube, and download the PowerPoint presentation and audio MP3.

We’d also like to take a moment to thank all of our informative and engaging speakers: Alton Wang, Communications and Development Associate at APIA Vote, Monica Ng, Civic Engagement Program Manager at Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS), Carolyn Chou, Executive Director at Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW), and James Woo, Communications and Outreach Associate at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta.

Thanks as well to our attendees who posed so many excellent questions! I know that we ran out of time, but as all the speakers said – please feel free to reach out to them for additional follow up and clarifications. You can reach Alton at awang@apiavote.org, Monica at MonicaN@acrs.org, Carolyn at carolyn@aarw.org, James at jwoo@advancingjustice-atlanta.org, and Nonprofit VOTE (Helena Berbano) at helena@nonprofitvote.org.

Additionally, we discussed some excellent resources during the webinar. Below, we’ve prepared a quick list of some of those resources.

Also, don’t forget to join us next Thursday, September 22nd at 2pm ET, on a webinar focused on effective get-out-the-vote tactics and messaging from an evidence-based perspective. Our presenter is Kathryn Poindexter, of the Analyst Institute. You can register here.