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Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) People with Disabilities

Talented Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders with Disabilities

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Baksha Ali
She Sees What You Cannot See
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Khadija Bari
Becoming Her Whole Self
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Ollie Cantos
A Driving Force in Reshaping Intersectional Visibility
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Sneha Dave
Super Talent Creates Network for Teens and Young Adults with Chronic Health Conditions
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Tammy Duckworth
Illinois Senator Severs as Role Model for Many
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Shaina Ghuraya
Triple Threat Creates Space for Spectacular Intersectional Stories to Grow
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Abigail Heringer
The Bachelor Season 25’s Frontrunner is a Deaf Contestant, and She’s Already Stolen Our Hearts
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Mazie Hirono
Hawaii Senator Recognized for Leadership as an Immigrant and as a Person with a Disability
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Cami Howe
Strong Independent Woman Who Doesn’t Need A Knight in Shining Armor
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Sophie Jaewon Kim
14-Year-Old Korean-American Actress Paving the Way for Better On-Screen Representation
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Kannie Yu LaPack
I Was Diagnosed With Breast Cancer—Then Coronavirus Happened
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Vanni Le
Striving To Effect Social Change and Champion Diversity and Inclusion
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Steve Lee
Disabled Comedian Breaks Down Stereotypes Through Jokes
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Fatima Liaqat
Hot, Lonely, Disabled in Your Area
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Ava Rigelhaupt
Yes, I’m Jewish: An AAPI Month Reflection
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