October 26, 2019

CAA Assists SFUSD Census Messaging to Empower Youth, Families

Since September, CAA has joined monthly meetings organized by the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) to discuss Census 2020 implementation strategies alongside Census Bureau staff, the San Francisco Office of Immigrant Affairs and Civic Engagement (OCEIA) and other immigrant-serving…
October 22, 2019

Computer Lab at CAA Helps Close Digital Divide

CAA is now hosting a weekly drop-in computer lab for workforce development clients and others to acquire new digital skills, apply for jobs online, and get support on basics like browsing the web. CAA staff are available to provide language…
October 21, 2019

Communities Come Together to Denounce Racism

This Monday, CAA hosted a community press conference denouncing a political campaign ad that leveraged racial stereotypes that attack current Mayor London Breed. The billboard prompted a swift response by San Francisco representatives, City Officials, and community-based organizations. The press…
October 21, 2019

CAA Candidates Forum Fosters Civic Engagement

This past Friday, CAA hosted an SFUSD school board candidates forum at Gordon J. Lau Elementary School to give Chinese immigrant community members a chance to directly engage with candidates Jenny Lam and Robert Coleman. The event was jointly organized…
October 19, 2019

A Victory In Fight Against “Public Charge”

CAA Immigrant Rights Workshops cover how “public charge” rules changes may affect immigrant families. Immigrant rights advocates across the country including CAA applauded a major victory on “public charge” as courts blocked the implementation of new rules proposed by Trump.…