Topic: Calendar of Events
Chinese for Affirmative Action is celebrating its 50th anniversary next year, 2019! Join us as we kick off a year-long celebration with Movement Forward: 50 Years of Asian Americans in the Media, a town hall looking at how we’ve gone … Continue reading
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.
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.
48th Anniversary Celebration of Justice Thursday, June 8, 2017 6:00PM Reception 7:00PM Dinner and Program The Celebration of Justice is CAA’s largest annual fundraiser and brings together friends and supporters for a night of celebration and renewing our … Continue reading
We are excited to announce that CAA has returned to our Chinatown headquarters at 17 Walter U. Lum Place. To welcome our community members back to the renovated Kuo Building, we will host a Community Open House on Thursday, Feb. … Continue reading
We celebrate CAA’s 47th year serving the Chinatown and Asian American communities. The evening will feature a conversation between Prof. Ling-chi Wang, who helped establish Asian American studies at UC Berkeley, and Joyce Xi, daughter of Xiaoxing Xi, a Chinese American … Continue reading
“Changing the Asian American Narrative” A panel discussion with community partners who are disrupting and shifting the mainstream narrative of Asian Americans today. Tuesday, March 1, 2016 International Hotel Manilatown Center
As there are in the rest of the City, there are important issues facing San Francisco Chinatown. But too often Chinatown residents are not provided the same opportunities to participate in the elections and public policy decisions that affect their … Continue reading