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.
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.
"I am just one of many Asian American students and alumni who believe the university’s race-conscious policies helped our admission and made our education better." Sally Chen shares her personal story about how affirmative action helped her.
In San Francisco, Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2022, and there are a number of important issues on the ballot. To help you make an informed decision, CAA is proud to endorse the following local and state ballot propositions.…
It has been an incredibly busy summer at CAA, and we are pleased to share this roundup highlighting some key organization activities. Overall, the context of our work has not changed and we are clearly living in dangerous times.
As I sat down in an uncrowded BART train one evening, I noticed a man staring at me. I avoided his gaze and scanned the train for other passengers. He started making vulgar gestures. I tensed up and quickly got off the train well before my actual stop.
Chinese for Affirmative Action hosted its 53rd anniversary Celebration of Justice on June 23, 2022. We were happy to see many friends, allies, and supporters who joined us for our first hybrid celebration both in-person at the Harborview Restaurant in San Francisco and across the country online.
Abortion rights activists outside the Supreme court on Saturday, June 24, 2022. (Brandon Bell, Getty Images)
Last Friday, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and stripped women of their constitutional right to abortion and the right to determine their…