We are delighted that numerous Community Partners are helping us get the word out about “Iva: The Myth of Tokyo Rose – Allegiance on Trial,” opening on Thursday, May 16, at the Asia Society.
Please join us in recognizing and thanking our Community Sponsors:
A/P/A Institute, NYU
Asian American Federation
Asian American Journalists Association – NY
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC)
Chinese Progressive Association (CPA)
Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF)
Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans (CAPA)
Debevoise & Plimpton
JAA (Japanese American Association of New York)
KALAGNY (Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater NY)
Kee & Lau-Kee
Kenyon & Kenyon
Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC)
Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York (KCS)
MuBANY (The Muslim Bar Association of New York)
New York Foundation for the Arts
New York State Bar Association
Project by Project
SABANY (South Asian Bar Association of New York)
Sullivan & Cromwell
Varghese & Associates, P.C.
White & Case
We also thank our grantors:
The New York Council for the Humanities
Minority Corporate Counsel Association
We thank Asia Society for use of their beautiful auditorium and facilities, and for all their kind assistance.
We thank all our donors for their generous contributions to the production.
Thanks to you all for helping to make this special APA Heritage Month event possible.
We look forward to seeing everyone at Asian Society on opening night!
Saturday, May 11, 2013, 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Charles B. Wang Center
Join us for the Fifth Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration: One World, Many Cultures. The celebration includes something for everybody!
- Cultural dances
- Musical and vocal performances
- Arts and crafts displays
- Tea ceremony
- Health awareness
- AAAB Youth Orchestra
- Photo exhibition
- Cultural and community workshops
Featured in this year’s APAHM Celebration will be the presentation of awards to Distinguished Asian Americans and the AAAB Oath-Taking Ceremonies. Ten different cultures are represented this year, including those of Bangladesh, China, India, Japan, Korea, Nepal, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
For additional information call (631) 913-8321 (Jim Young) or (631) 742-3479 (Ramon Villongco), or visit us online at www.scaaab.org.
Admission is free and open to the public. All are welcome!
The Fifth Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Celebration is organized by Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board; Suffolk County Office of Minority Affairs; Wellbrook Foundation, Inc.; and the Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University; and is co-sponsored by Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Holiday Inn Express Hotel Stony Brook, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Suffolk Community College Asian Cultural Club & Mathematics Club, the Center of Chinese Learning at Stony Brook, Girl Scouts of Suffolk County, New York Veteran Police Association, Inc., and Street/Wise Talk Show at WGBB 1240 AM (Radio).
Suffolk County Asian American Advisory Board Website »
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May 20, 7:30-9 | The Culture Project, 45 Bleecker Street
#UndocuAsians brings the lived experiences of people most intimately affected by immigration laws to The Culture Project’s stage. This rare theater performance features undocumented Asian American youth sharing their personal stories of growing up in the United States in a culture of silence.
The performance opens with a short film following the lives of three undocumented Asian American youth and features an onstage performance by more than a dozen other undocumented youth (members of AALDEF’s undocumented youth group RAISE) whose stories bring a different face to the immigration debate and highlight the diverse and difficult realities that undocumented Asian communities face beyond the conventional “DREAMer” narrative. Poet/activist Kelly Tsai will be a special presenter.
Purchase tickets: undocuasian.eventbrite.com
(student discount available)
#UndocuAsians is presented by RAISE (Revolutionizing Asian American Immigrant Stories on the East Coast). RAISE is a pan-Asian undocumented youth-led group on the East Coast supported by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF). RAISE aims to create safe spaces in our communities while advocating for humane immigration policies. Our visibility increases through political activism, leadership development, community education, and coalition building. Through youth organizing, we will reimagine and realize justice for immigrants in America.
Can’t make it? You can still support RAISE by clicking here to make a donation!