Education and Curricula


Test your AAPI History Knowledge

Introducing The Make Us Visible PA History Quiz. Test you knowledge of US and Pennsylvania history and learn about some of the stories that are missing from the most K-12 classrooms in Pennsylvania. 

Match a list of 14 events to the correct date to see how well you know US and Pennsylvania History.

Rating Scale:  # correctly matched questions out of 14

Free Resources

Introducing Make Us Visible's first two coloring books featuring Asian American & Pacific Islander pioneers and trailblazers.

We partnered with ADMERASIA to create our first coloring book which features 24 Asian American pioneers spanning 15 states and 14 ethnicities. Since February 2023, we've distributed over 11,000 physical copies to parents, students, and teachers across the country.

Click here to download your free copy!

Completed in partnership with ADMERASIA, Pacific Historic Parks, the National Park Service, and the Japanese American Museum of Oregon, this coloring book features 25 figures and communities spanning 11 ethnicities and 24 states and territories.

Click here to download your free copy!

Curriculum Development

Once more schools in Pennsylvania begin to include Asian American & Pacific Islander History and Culture into their teaching standards, Make Us Visible Pennsylvania will be there to help with make sure that those standards are thoughtful and comprehensive. 

Here are a few unaffiliated organizations that are dedicated to developing Asian American & Pacific Islander Curriculum:

Learn More about Asian American & Pacific Islander Curriculum via the Asian American Education Project.

The history of Asian Americans in the United States is an integral part of American history. Since their arrival as far back as the 1800s, Asian immigrants have contributed and shaped the way the country is today. From labor activism to fighting for school integration and citizenship rights in the courts, and against model minority and perpetual foreigner stereotypes, Asian Americans have faced adversity and fought for opportunities to create roots here in the U.S. From building coalitions with other minority groups, Asian Americans have been a vital part of major historical achievements including the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 and Title IX. Today, as one of the fastest–growing populations, Asian Americans continue to make further positive and effective changes towards a better future for the United States, together with all their fellow Americans.

For more information, check out the website

AAPI Youth Rising

Not satisfied with waiting for AAPI History to be included in their school curriculum, the middle school students of AAPI Youth Rising developed their own AAPI History lessons and shared them with schools around the country.

Check out their instagram page or website.