Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Digital Literacy In the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities

In March 2021, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC, along with Comcast, co-hosted a Digital Convening that brought together eighteen AANHPI serving organizations to discuss what the digital divide looks like in their respective communities. They discussed how the digital divide includes insufficient broadband access, a lack of equipment, and a need for greater education.

Digital Divide: In the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities

While the pandemic heightened awareness of the digital divide and the staggering number of households unable to benefit from digital services and opportunities, Asian American, Native Hawaiians, and

Community Spotlight: Bridging the Digital Divide for AAPI Communities

It is clearer than ever that internet access and digital literacy skills are crucial to fully participate in society. From accessing healthcare and job opportunities to building movements and lifelong connections, internet access is an essential utility that all Americans need. Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) across the US are demanding greater access to more reliable and affordable internet and digital literacy classes.