5th Grade: Early 20th Century Immigration


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A one-sided narrative of America’s complex history is the foundation of bias, stereotypes, and other forms of racial prejudice. At AAVEd, we promote the teaching of Asian American history and that of other underrepresented groups in public K-12 schools. By understanding how our diverse histories and cultures form the nation, we can uproot damaging beliefs and co-exist more peacefully.

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Asif Jessani

Advisory Board Member

Asif Jessani is a professional volunteer. He currently serves as a board member for Artworks Gwinnett, Gwinnett County Parks Foundation, and Gwinnett County Public Library Foundation. He also serves as an advisory board member for the United Way of Greater Atlanta – Gwinnett and Atlanta Speech School. With a passion for early childhood education, he is also involved with Gwinnett County’s early learning initiative, Building Babies’ Brains. As part of the Ismaili Muslim Community, he has been a volunteer preschool teacher for the past 24 years.

Asif is also actively involved with the communications and outreach team for the Ismaili Muslim Community and previously led the marketing and media team for the United States Ismaili Games. When he isn’t volunteering, Asif takes on the responsibility of partner at CCS: Marketing & Technology, which provides chief marketing and technology officer services and branded items for mission-driven organizations.