The only way that we can make a sustained difference is when we take action. Action requires constant awareness of challenges being faced, and an understanding of activities that APAA can become involved with.

Here is a list of our event involvement over the past eleven years:
December 16, 2001 Berkeley “Afghanistan, a Cultural Journey”
April 28, 2002 Society of Afghan Professionals co-sponsored by Afghan Coalition
May 13 2002 Park Day School in Oakland
January 2003 Junipero Serra High School, San Mateo
March 31 2003 Westborough Middle School, SF
April 1, 2003 Glenwood School, San Rafael
October 22 2003 Del Mar Middle School
October 29 2003 Del Mar Middle School
November 12, 2003 Del Mar Middle School
October 11, 2003 Boulder Public Library
March 30, 2003 UNESCO-UNA, San Francisco-East Bay Chapter, conference
June 22, 2003 5th World Archaeology Congress Washington D.C.
January 3, 2004 AIA Conference, San Francisco
July 14, 2004 Rotary Club of San Francisco West
January 2005 AIA Conference, Boston
March 2005 Alameda County Library, Fremont, CA
April 2005 Lynnwood Elementary School Novato
May 2005 Mary E. Silveira, San Rafael CA
Feb. 14, 2007 2snd launch “Art with Heart: A Kid to Kid Initiative” in SF Bay Area schools;
February-April 2008 APAA Course: "The Lost Culture and Archaeology of Afghanistan Dominican University/Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
October 2008 Rotary Club of San Francisco: “Intro to the Hidden Treasures Exhibit”
November 01, 2008 SAFE Asian Art Museum Tours, SF
November 14-15 2008 Sponsor & participant to UC Berkeley Conference: “Recovering Afghanistan’s Past: Cultural Heritage in Context”
October-December, 2008 SF-Asian Art Museum Children & Family Days on Afghan Archaeology
December 2008 SF Public Library, Afghan Seniors Lecture and Hidden Treasures Tour
January 2009 Dominican University, Ollie, Hidden Treasures Tour
January 2009 Pacifica Elementary School, Pacifica,
August 14-15, 2009 SAFE Metropolitan Museum Tours

October 2009 Afghanistan Rebuild Summit, Dominican University “ A Case Study on Looting: Mir Zaka”
March 23, 2010 Dominican University “A Discussion on Afghanistan”

May 6, 2010 Charter 100 of San Francisco “Afghanistan’s Archaeological Heritage, A Timeline”
November 7, 2010 RAS 2010 UC Berkeley “How and Why protect the Archaeological Heritage of Afghanistan?”
November 21, 2010 RAS 2010 UCLA “Preserving Afghan Archaeology”
December 4, 2010 NYC, Organization for the Advancement of Afghan Women
“The Possible Discovery of the Sleeping Buddha in Afghanistan
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 A Tribute to Women of Afghanistan San Francisco State University
October 22, 2011 Rebuild Afghanistan Summit- UC Berkeley “Cultural Identity and the need to preserve it”
May 2012 Dominican University “A Discussion on Afghanistan Today”