The A/P/A Institute at NYU and Asian American Writers’ Workshop are partnering to present an evening of critical reflection, with writers, scholars, and artists responding to Cha’s diverse body of work.
AALDEF advocates on behalf of the ten million Asian Americans in the United States. Program areas include immigrant rights, civic participation and voting rights, economic justice for workers, language access to services, Census policy, affirmative action, youth rights and educational equity, and the elimination of anti-Asian violence, police misconduct, and human trafficking.
CAAAV focuses on institutional violence that affects immigrant, poor and working-class communities such as worker exploitation, concentrated urban poverty, police brutality, detention and deportation, and criminalization of youth and workers.
A community based social justice organization of low-income South Asian immigrants and immigrants facing deportation in New York City. DRUM organizes low-income South Asian immigrants for racial, economic, and social justice on critical local struggles and their global roots.
A community-based nonprofit organization that encourages young Koreans to participate in the development of our community. Nodutdol focuses on issues of progressive education, low-income health care, and alternative media.