Uncovering, Understanding and Sharing Our American Story
We organize an annual 1882 Symposium in Washington D.C. to build connections among educators and public & private agencies.
We collect oral histories and preserve story sites through monthly Talk Story Events. Talk Story encourages individuals to reveal their stories and share them with others.
We aim to promote the inclusion of Chinese and Asian American experiences in our core curricula through curriculum content and resources and teacher workshops.
Learn about the 1882 Foundation's mission and meet the team!
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Find out what our monthly Talk Story events are all about.
Find our lesson plans on topics like the 14th Amendment and the Transcontinental Railroad.
Read about the Chinese American Women in History Conference, held last October!
Tell us about your favorite piece of APIA literature on our blog #WhyAPIALit!
Walk the footsteps of Chinese railroad workers on the Return to Gold Mountain Tour.
Learn about our summer internship program!
Have a question? Reach out to us!
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