Bucks County Nonprofit Acknowledges Asian American, Pacific Islander Heritage Month
A nonprofit organization made by there Bucks County government is acknowledging the heritage of countless American citizens.
The Bucks County Human Relations Council is celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, which is acknowledged in the month of May.
“The Bucks County Human Relations Council would like to recognize #AsianAmerican #PacificIslander #Heritage #Month and #celebrates the #accomplishments and #contributions of members of the #AAPI Community to the richness of Bucks County and the #world!” the organization said on social media.
The Bucks County Human Relations Council was created in 1996 by the Bucks County Commissioners. Set up as a nonprofit council, its structure consists of volunteer community members representing the diversity of Bucks County.
The organization hosts their meetings in May and September, usually at the Free Library of Northampton Township, located at 25 Upper Holland Road in Richboro. This month, it will be held at the Doylestown Library, located at 150 South Pine Street in Doylestown.
Learn more about the nonprofit at the Bucks County Human Relations Council.
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