As our movement continues to gain influence and recognition, we are reminded of the power of coalition-building in advancing justice. Read our newsletter to learn more about how CAA continues to build bridges and improve livelihoods.
CAA is redoubling its efforts to build a progressive AAPI movement. For us, this work began more than 52 years ago, and we are excited to continue our fight for racial and social justice. Read on to learn more about how CAA is meeting the present moment.
We are saddened by the passing of our friend and longtime supporter Hung Liu, a trailblazing artist best known for her larger-than-life portraits of the Chinese diaspora. Liu died August 7, 2021 in an Oakland hospital from pancreatic cancer. She was 73.
The 2021-2022 California state budget, which includes the historic $156.4 million API Equity Budget, begins to address racial inequities through investments in economic recovery, language access, and ethnic enclaves.Read on for more information about CAA’s role in directing resources to AAPI communities.
From the historic passage of the API Equity Budget to our 52nd Celebration of Justice gala, this past month has given us much to be grateful for. For all the gains that CAA has made in the direction of education…
The City College of San Francisco (CCSF) approved budget cuts across 39 departments in a move that will impact non-English speakers and other communities that benefit from community college education in San Francisco.
Last night, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the California 2021-2022 budget, which includes the API Equity Budget that fulfills his promise to address racial discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs).
Last Thursday at our 52nd anniversary Celebration of Justice fundraiser event, CAA welcomed 1,200 guests from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Read on for top-level highlights from our virtual event program.
CAA is calling for the state of California to invest $210 million over a three-year period to address hate incidents against AAPI communities, which have faced increased attacks since the COVID-19 pandemic began.