Asian American

Asian American
Asian American is listed in the Non Profit Organizations category in New York, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Asian American which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Asian American on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for Asian American is:
120 Wall St
New York, NY 10005
(212) 344-5878

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Asian American has an overall ZapScore of 85. This means that Asian American has a higher ZapScore than 85% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in New York, New York is 28 and in the Non Profit Organizations category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We're growing our team! If you have the passion and skills to be an awesome part-time Administrative Assistant and support our entire team, we want to hear from you! Check out the full posting here:

We're hiring! If you're passionate about supporting Asian-owned small businesses in NYC and working to build service capacity in the Asian American community, check out our job postings for a Project Manager and Bilingual Project Assistant:

Read our response to President Trump's decision to end DACA: Earlier today, President Trump announced that he would be ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program over the next six months and leaving any hope for the Dreamers in the hands of Congress. Despite assurances in April that DACA recipients could “rest easy,” President Trump has gone back on his word and decided to dissolve a temporary relief program that has allowed nearly 800,000 young people to gain work authorization and access to driver’s licenses, jobs, school funding, and homeownership opportunities. Without DACA, these young people, including the several hundred thousand others who would have been eligible or would have aged into the program, are now not only at immediate risk of losing everything but also are now subject to imminent deportation. We strongly oppose President Trump’s decision, which punishes immigrants who came forward in good faith to acknowledge their undocumented status in order to pursue pathways that would allow them to make greater economic contributions to the U.S. and build a better life for themselves. In the Asian American community, over 270,000 DACA-eligible immigrants – or 14 percent of the total DACA-eligible population – will be severely impacted by the termination of this program. A significant portion of our young people will lose access to the very avenues that undergird good citizenship and many will be torn from their families and from the only home they know. Moreover, their removal from our systems will lead to a decline of $460 billion in the U.S. gross domestic product over the next decade. This is a loss that will reverberate throughout our country. We are not a country that punishes those who were merely children when they were brought to the U.S. and currently lack status through no fault of their own. We do not turn our backs on those who have worked tirelessly to prove themselves deserving of educational and economic opportunities. We call on our friends and allies to contact their leaders in Congress to pass the bi-partisan Dream Act and other programs that provide a pathway to citizenship for our young people. We thank Governor Cuomo, State Attorney General Schneiderman, and Mayor de Blasio for pledging their support to protect New York’s Dreamers, and we pledge to work with all leaders to protect our young people who have been left vulnerable without DACA.

Friends, we need your help! Stand with Houston today by making a contribution to support relief efforts to help the AAPI community in hard-hit neighborhoods: After Superstorm Sandy hit the shores of New York-New Jersey in 2012, the devastation was felt in every neighborhood. Almost five years later, Houston is dealing with the same tragedy. While the leaders assess the damage and plan for a rebuilding process, we have firsthand knowledge that the most vulnerable Houstonians will not have the resources to buy the most basic supplies. As many of you know, the Houston metro area is home to over half a million pan-Asian Americans, the seventh largest Asian population in the U.S. We have reached out to OCA Greater Houston, who has helped to establish the Harvey AAPI Community Relief Fund, which will work in conjunction with the Harvey Community Relief Fund that was founded by other trusted organizations in Houston to pool resources and coordinate their distribution. The funding will go to ensuring that AAPIs living in various pockets around the Houston metro area – many located in flood zones – will have the resources to pay for medical expenses, housing, and food that may not be found in regular food banks. Thank you for your support!

Asian American Federation is with Hee-Sung Kim and 2 others.
We love our interns! Thank you to our interns, Hee-Sung Kim and Matthew Sheen, for all their hard work this summer. They pitched in on our research and mental health project and rolled up their sleeves to do some of the thankless behind-the-scenes work that is so integral to the day-to-day operations of a nonprofit. Thank you, Hee-Sung and Matthew!