Recording of Numbers Matter: Importance of Census Data for Community Advocacy

On Thursday April 21, 7-8pm, we hosted a talk and Q&A with Census Expert and Covid Vaccination Program Manager Sonny Lê! He explained the importance of census data, especially for specific marginalized and invisible Asian American groups, and what data is actually available for advocates to ask for. We recorded the session for those whoContinue reading “Recording of Numbers Matter: Importance of Census Data for Community Advocacy”

Register for 2022 Events!

Standing Above the Clouds: Film Screening and Q&A with Jalena Keane-Lee Friday May 13, 7-8pm, on Zoom STANDING ABOVE THE CLOUDS follows Native Hawaiian mother-daughter activists at the forefront of the movement to protect their sacred mountain, Mauna a Wakea, from an eighteen story, Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT). STANDING ABOVE THE CLOUDS won Best DocumentaryContinue reading “Register for 2022 Events!”

AAAM 2021 Virtual Community Gathering

On November 12, 2021, AAAM had our annual community gathering virtually again. Recordings of different parts of the gathering are here: Magic Show Poem by AAAM Youth Fellow Natalie Nong Keynote Speech by Dr. Russell Jeung on Stop AAPI Hate Complete Q&A conversation with Dr. Jeung Unedited full recording of the gathering We encourage allContinue reading “AAAM 2021 Virtual Community Gathering”

AAPI United Against Hate: AAAM Annual Community Gathering

[Virtual Event] Friday, November 12, 6-8pm Register HERE Join us for a virtual gathering of AAAM members, community friends, and allies! This year, we are aligning with United Against Hate week (Nov. 14-20).  Also, we will have Dr. Russell Jeung from SFSU to share important findings and insights from his research on anti-AAPI attacks duringContinue reading “AAPI United Against Hate: AAAM Annual Community Gathering”

Building Alliances for Advocacy & Accountability

[Virtual Forum] Time: May 21, 2021, 6pm-7:30pm  Register for zoom link: Last month, Marin County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution denouncing Anti-Asian hate in the county.   However, that’s only the start!  AAAM is hosting a virtual forum to discuss how we move forward.  We want to identify key challenges, align existing resources, and discuss possible actionContinue reading “Building Alliances for Advocacy & Accountability”

Rally to Stop Anti-Asian Hate

[Official Press Release, March 26, 2021] Led by the Asian American Alliance of Marin, a coalition of Asian American and faith-based organizations in North Bay gather together, at noon on March 26 at 4th and City Plaza, to grieve for the lives lost and souls damaged by Anti-Asian attacks.  We stand in solidarity against race-basedContinue reading “Rally to Stop Anti-Asian Hate”

Rally to Stop Anti-Asian Hate

RSVP on Facebook Time: Friday March 26, 2021, 12pm-1pm Place: San Rafael Courthouse Plaza (1000 4th St, San Rafael; the courtyard next to Arizmandi Bakery) Organized and sponsored by Asian American Alliance of Marin (AAAM), Women’s Rights and Peace of Bay Area (WRAPBA), Vietnamese Association of Marin, Multicultural Center of Marin, Marin Nakayoshi Club, KoreanContinue reading “Rally to Stop Anti-Asian Hate”

Full Transcript of Margaret Huang’s Talk

Link to recording of Ms. Huang’s talk on 11/6/2020: JEAN BEE CHAN Thank you for being here today. It is now my pleasure to introduce our main speaker Margaret Huang. Ms. Huang is an internationally renowned advocate for human rights and racial Justice, and she is now the new president and CEO of theContinue reading “Full Transcript of Margaret Huang’s Talk”

Guest Speaker: Margaret Huang on Asian American Advocacy

Our keynote speaker for the 2020 Community Gathering, Margaret Huang, CEO and President of the Southern Poverty Law Center highlighted the following areas of urgent action with the new presidential administration in January 2021: End, close all federal detention camps and centers. 500,000 individuals are currently in detention. Focus on ending poverty. Micronesian, Bangladeshi, andContinue reading “Guest Speaker: Margaret Huang on Asian American Advocacy”

AAAM’s 2020 Virtual Gathering

On November 6, 2020, AAAM continued the tradition of our annual community gatherings–virtually to keep everyone safe during the pandemic. The recordings of the gathering are here: Welcome Keynote Speech by Ms. Margaret Huang of Southern Poverty Law Center Community Announcements Social Justice Discussion Report-Back We encourage all to donate to Southern Poverty Law CenterContinue reading “AAAM’s 2020 Virtual Gathering”