August 12, 2020

Community Safety Starts With Solidarity

I wanted to share some thoughts about the racial reckoning facing our country and how CAA fits in. We are in a moment where real change is possible. This moment feels different in so many ways from other times in…
July 28, 2020

CAA Broadens Reach to Chinese Community via WeChat, Weibo

We are pleased to share an update about an exciting new area of CAA’s work. In response to the shifting needs of our immigrant community, CAA has been growing our online Chinese language communications capacity.  This has included launching new…
July 9, 2020

#YesOnACA5 is now #YesOnProp16

Since the ban on affirmative action put in place by Proposition 209 in 1996, California has restricted equal opportunity programs that consider race and gender. This November voters have the historic opportunity to vote for Prop 16 to repeal the…
June 9, 2020

Defending Black Lives Depends on All of Us

Forgive my long pause. I have struggled to find the words to express the deep sadness and outrage I feel for the murder of George Floyd, a 46-year-old son, brother, father, and human being.  As a Korean American who lived…