Author Archives: CAA
The Celebration of Justice is CAA’s largest annual fundraiser and brings together friends and supporters for a night of celebration and renewing our commitment to social justice. Over 400 guests attend this special event each year, including public officials and … Continue reading
Immigrant and refugee families continue to be under a systemic and coordinated attack. Most recently, immigration raids at 7-11 Stores, rollback of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program, and the precarious state of DACA echo the past and current xenophobic exclusion of immigrants and unjust … Continue reading
On September 5, 2017, the Trump Administration rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program. We are advising individuals who may be impacted to call our offices to get a free screening at (415) 761-3222. Additionally, here are resources … Continue reading
On August 2, two Trump Administration priorities became public that will undermine civil rights, racial justice, and diversity in the United States. CAA immediately responded with a press conference to denounce these actions
On August 25, 2017 CAA and other Chinatown organizations and community leaders organized a vigil in the wake of Charlottesville and murder of Health Heyer. Over 300 people showed up to take a stand against white supremacy, bigotry and xenophobia.
Chinese for Affirmative Action will never stop fighting for the cause of civil rights and social justice. We must educate one another on the perils of police violence and racial profiling, whether for Philando Castile or Anthony Promvongsa. We need … Continue reading
In the heart of Chinatown, feelings of resilience and solidarity reached all corners of Portsmouth Square; nearly 800 people gathered for the first ever Rally for Inclusion – a stand against recent anti-immigrant, refugee and Muslim policies and a call … Continue reading
CAA is pleased to recognize a long time and respected community partner, Arab Resource & Organizing Center (AROC). Founded in 2007, AROC is a grassroots organization working to empower the Arab community on immigrant and civil rights, and against war, … Continue reading
CAA is honored to recognize Chris Ahn, Larry Mock, and Ron Wallace for decades of volunteer service and commitment to civil rights, including pro bono work to redesign and renovate the CAA headquarters in San Francisco Chinatown.
Please join us in remembering the 135th Anniversary of the Chinese Exclusion Act at a historic community gathering on Saturday, May 6th in San Francisco Chinatown. Rally for Inclusion Saturday, May 6th 12:00-1:30PM Portsmouth Square San Francisco Chinatown