July 13, 2021

Success! Governor Newsom Signed the API Equity Budget.

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).
June 22, 2021

52nd Celebration of Justice: Event Highlights

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.
June 10, 2021

CAA Endorses the California API Equity Budget

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.
June 8, 2021

May 2021 Highlights

CAA advocacy during AAPI Heritage Month brought big victories including a landmark settlement to make college admissions more accessible, and historic state budget allocations for language access.
May 28, 2021

52nd Celebration of Justice: Meet Our Honorees

On Thursday, June 17, Chinese for Affirmative Action will host our virtual 52nd Anniversary Celebration of Justice event to uplift individuals and organizations who are making lasting contributions to our communities. This year, we are proud to recognize three distinguished honorees: APIENC, Fred Blackwell, and Henry Der. 
May 25, 2021

CAA Spring Highlights

From our local work directing resources to immigrant families and our state work providing language access for non-English speakers, to our national work addressing anti-Asian racism, we are grateful and inspired by all those who are contributing to the movement for justice.
April 28, 2021

CAA Advocates for Language Access at the EDD

Last October during a California legislative hearing, lawmakers questioned the Employment Development Department (EDD) on their backlog of people who had been waiting months for their unemployment benefits. Yet one group of people was left out of the discussions: those who primarily speak a language other than English.