...because I was born to Chinese immigrant parents and because I was born a female, I learned very quickly that the world needed changing.
Grace Lee Boggs, NW Asian Weekly, 2012
Welcome to the ACC Asian American & Pacific Islander Community Roundtable research guide!
This guide provides access to ACC Library, College-wide, and general resources that support equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts for all ACC community members as well as resources that specifically support the AAPI community and confront the xenophobia and racism that many members of the Asian American & Pacific Islander community have experienced.
Image courtesy of the Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University
Accessibility Services There is a Student Accessibility Services (SAS) office at each campus. If you have a disability, contact Accessibility Services at the campus that's most convenient for you.
African-American Cultural Center The African-American Cultural Center at the Eastview Campus strives to increase understanding in the ACC and Central Texas communities of the culture, history and contributions of African-Americans.
Latino/Latin American Studies Center "El Centro" The Latino/Latin American Studies Center, also known as El Centro, is an inter-disciplinary, college-wide Center supporting Latino and Mexican American studies. It strives to increase understanding in the ACC and Central Texas communities of the culture, history and contributions of Latinos.
LGBT eQuity at Austin Community College Founded in 2015, the LGBT eQuity Committee strives to educate faculty, staff and students on the issues that impact the LGBTQIA+ community to better support them at ACC and works to create lasting systemic change at ACC by revising policies and providing robust support networks by hosting LGBTQIA+ events.