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Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

More Asian voices.
More inclusion.

More of this. Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
We’re celebrating creators from the Asian American and Pacific Islander community who are empowered by technology to shape American culture in ways that enrich people from all backgrounds.

We all must come together to end hate crimes against Asian Americans.

Our Asian American and Pacific Islander colleagues, customers, and communities continue to be victims of discrimination and violence. As part of our support for those raising awareness and building prevention efforts, we’ve donated $10,000 each to Stop AAPI Hate and Asian Americans Advancing Justice.

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More individuality. More self-expression.

Best Buy is amplifying the voices of Asian American and Pacific Islander creators to show the impact they’re having on creating the culture of tomorrow.
Tiffany Yu

Tiffany Yu

@imtiffanyyu

Tiffany Yu wants to show the world how it is possible to be disabled and live well. She believes disability is not inherently a setback; it’s the lack of accommodation in our world that’s the problem. As a disability advocate, she has embraced the power of technology to foster community for disabled people by connecting them to each other and using their collective power and influence to build a more accessible and inclusive world.

R Kikuo Johnson

R. Kikuo Johnson

@r_kikuo_johnson

R. Kikuo Johnson inserts rich narrative and nuance into his illustrations—they tell incredibly engaging stories in one image. His graphic novels are richly detailed with stories and myths from his birthplace, Hawaii. He creates his artwork digitally, enabling a seamless creative process from ideation to publication.

Hrishikesh Hirway

Hrishikesh Hirway

@hrishihirway

Hrishikesh Hirway’s craft as a musician and artist has made him passionately interested in how things are created. In his podcast Song Exploder, he uses audio technology and honest conversation to pick apart the musical components of a great song and ultimately get to the truth about the humans behind it. That’s the role that asking questions can have on culture: humanization and understanding.

More viewpoints. More conversations.

Let’s recognize the immense impact our employees are making through their amazing talents and inspiring cultures.

What a career at Best Buy means to these Asian American leaders.

Brian Utu, Sasha Thompson and Kannan Swaminathan each bring their unique experiences and cultures to their work at Best Buy.

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Best Buy Asian employee resource group leaders Arun Balakrishnan, Rachel Lee, Lauren Haffely and Pahchie Vang

Best Buy’s Asian Employee Resource Group brings community, bridges cultures.

With almost 1,000 members, this ERG brings together a diverse array of cultures and shares celebrations from more than 48 countries.

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Jen Teves

Jen Teves is proud to carry on her family’s trailblazing legacy.

Jen, a Best Buy research director, uses the lessons and the life skills her grandmother and mother taught her to make her mark and inspire others.

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Paul Asao

Paul Asao is creating life that gives back.

Paul, a creative director at Best Buy, uses his art to enrich not only his professional endeavors, but his work in the community.

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More platforms. More amplification.

Discover movies starring or directed by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
We will do better.

We’ve committed more than $44 million to diversity, inclusion and community efforts.

From hiring commitments to scholarships to community engagement, see all the ways Best Buy is investing in an inclusive future.

More inclusion. More diversity.

We’re helping more people get a seat at the table.

We’re committed to tech equity in our communities.

Best Buy Teen Tech Centers build brighter futures and inspire teens to dream big.

We’re more sustainable together.

Let’s keep working together to make a positive impact on the planet.