(May 1, 2021)) – ‘Veterans For America First’ is excited to celebrate Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month from May 1-31, 2021.
In the United States, the month of May each year is celebrated as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This annual celebration came about in 1978 when President Jimmy Carter signed into law a Joint Resolution of the Congress of the United States designating the month of May for the celebration of Asian and Pacific Islanders culture and heritage. However, despite the ‘official’ status of this national holiday, Veterans For America First celebrates this integral demographic and advocates for diversity every single day of the year. Press Secretary Kristie Tertel- an Australian-American dual citizen, adds; “I want to express my sincere gratitude for all of the hard work and dedication to preserve and protect the Asian-American and Pacific Islander heritage and encouraging a diverse environment throughout all of the organization’s activities and policy initiatives.”
To learn more about Veterans For America First’s grassroots work and/or to support the ‘America First’ policy initiatives and successful, ground-breaking charitable community service events occurring weekly- nationwide, please go to the official Veterans For America First website at: www.VeteransForAmericaFirst.org /- and also: www.VeteransForDonaldTrump.com / www.Vets-For-Trump.com and ‘follow’ Veterans For Trump/America First on all social media platforms- @RealVetsForTrump @OfficialVetsForTrump / @Vets_4_Trump / @VeteransForAmericaFirst today!
Media Contact: Press Secretary, Kristie Tertel, [email protected]
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