February 6, 2019

Support Grandma Huang

Currently, CAA is assisting the family of Yik Oi Huang, an elderly woman who was assaulted in early January in the Visitacion Valley neighborhood of San Francisco.  The family reached out to CAA to provide support as they navigate the…
November 2, 2018

Immigrant Parents Engage with School Board Candidates

Last week, CAA hosted a community forum with select candidates running for the San Francisco school board in this coming Tuesday’s election. Some newly enfranchised immigrant parent voters will also be making history as non-citizens will finally be able to…
November 2, 2018

CAA50 Media Townhall Recap

On September 27th, CAA launched the first of a series of events to celebrate our 50th year anniversary. Billed as a town hall, CAA convened prominent Asian American news journalists and media pioneers, many of whom were the first Asian…
November 2, 2018

Immigrant Parents Engage with School Board Candidates

Last week, CAA hosted a community forum with select candidates running for the San Francisco school board in this coming Tuesday’s election. Some newly enfranchised immigrant parent voters will also be making history as non-citizens will finally be able to…
September 9, 2018

A Historic Moment for Voting Rights

A historic moment for voting rights is under course right now in San Francisco. For the past decade (?), Chinese for Affirmative Action has lead efforts to give immigrant communities a voice in the city. These efforts culminated in the…