May 30, 2023

Our Commitment to School and Student Safety

The pandemic has left too many young people in San Francisco feeling isolated and unsafe. To hear directly from young people and community members, CAA recently organized a Youth Safety Town Hall.
April 6, 2023

CAA Newsletter | Spring Roundup 2023

Bigotry and intolerance continue to be on the rise across the country. Of great alarm is not only extremist rhetoric rooted in white supremacy, but legislative proposals to ban gender-affirming care, erase African American history, and demonize all concerns related to or associated with China and Chinese people.
February 17, 2023

Challenging Texas’ Anti-Immigrant SB 147

The proposal SB 147 prohibits all citizens of China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia from purchasing real estate solely on the basis of nationality and immigration status. SB 147 is a racist bill, serves no national security purpose, and dehumanizes entire communities for political purposes. 
January 25, 2023

A Day of Grieving and the Need for Action

We join millions around the country mourning the tragic and horrible loss of life in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay. With more than two dozen members of the Chinese American community killed or injured, CAA not only sends our condolences but is organizing to identify and get help to those who are hurting.
December 19, 2022

CAA Opposes the Casey T. Arrowood Nomination

CAA opposes the White House nomination of Casey T. Arrowood as US Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee. Arrowood wrongfully prosecuted Professor Anming Hu.
December 14, 2022

A Celebration: Respect for Marriage Act

I was incredibly honored to be able to join President Biden and Vice President Harris in this historic moment as the President signed the Respect for Marriage Act protecting LGBTQ+ communities and interracial married couples.
October 19, 2022

Why I Support Affirmative Action

I’m a Harvard graduate and a direct beneficiary of its race-conscious admissions program. My parents were factory and warehouse workers in China before arriving in San Francisco in the 1980s.