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The Korean Resource Center was founded in 1983 to empower low-income, immigrant, Asian American and Pacific Islander, and people of color communities in Southern California. Using a holistic approach, KRC strives to empower our community by integrating services, education, culture, organizing, and coalition building, all of which seek to improve the life of the individual and the community.
The National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC)’s mission is to organize Korean and Asian Americans to achieve social, economic, and racial justice. NAKASEC has affiliates in Los Angeles and Orange County (Korean Resource Center), Chicago (Hana Center) and Northern Virginia (NAKASEC VA).
Meaning “one” in Korean, Hana Center’s mission is to empower Korean American, immigrant and multi-racial communities through social services, community organizing, culture and education to advance human rights. Hana center serves the Korean American and multi-ethnic communities in greater Chicago.
korea adoptioN Services
KAS is dedicated to ensuring the best interests of the children and assuming our social responsibility for adoption in Korea. KAS is working to systematize post-adoption services and encourage domestic adoption by building a cooperative system between government, adoption agencies, and relevant organizations, and establishing a centralized adoption database system.
Council of Korean Americans
CKA is a nonprofit organization of successful Korean American leaders. From business, medicine, and law to the arts, academia, and government, we are driven to give back to the next generation. Our dream is to advance opportunity for our community across America, the land we love, and to build strong bridges to Korea, the land where we are from. We pledge to mentor our young people so they can fully engage in our society and help them achieve meaningful success. Ultimately, our guidance will empower them to become tomorrow’s leaders. Then they can pay it forward, too.
Fuji's logo and "Conquer Your Mountain" tagline is a call to action for riders, retailers and all fans of Fuji. "Your Mountain" doesn't just stand for the climb you face on your weekly ride; it's any obstacle that stands in your way.
Fuji seeks to motivate its riders to confront and overcome their daily obstacles — whether it's attaining fitness goals, living a greener lifestyle or, quite literally, climbing cycling's most notorious mountain passes.
Franciscan Action Network
Inspired by the Gospel of Jesus, and the example of Saints Francis and Clare, the Franciscan Action Network (FAN) is a collective Franciscan voice seeking to transform United States public policy related to peace making, care for creation, poverty, and human rights. We are joining the Journey for Justice to further support and advocate for the human dignity of our immigrant brothers and sisters who journey to this country and deserve equal rights
Korean American Bar Association
KABA is a pro-bono organization of attorneys and law students dedicated to serving the community. Your membership dues are critical to funding KABA's pro-bono events. For news and photographs of KABA's events, please visit our Facebook page. We genuinely appreciate your interest in KABA.
Gift of compassion
Gift of Compassion (GoC) introduces meditation as a healing practice with a focus on serving under-served, under-resourced segments of society, such as foster youth, formerly incarcerated, social justice organizers, undocumented youth, and individuals in alternative sentencing programs. Collaboration with existing organizations is key because GoC maintains its work in virtual space.
The fair Immigration reform Movement (FIRM)
The Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) is a project of the Center for Community Change, a national organization dedicated to improving the lives of low-income people and people of color. FIRM is led by its member organizations and brings leaders together across lines of race, issues and geography to multiply their power. FIRM is dedicated to organizing and building grassroots power and leadership
Disciples of Christ
We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world.
As part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord’s Table as God has welcomed us.
Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network
The Network is an all-volunteer coalition of immigrant and refugee rights organizations and individuals in Washington that strive to protect, serve and strengthen communities across the state. The role of the Network is to provide support, capacity and resources to organization’s efforts to build power and a united voice in Washington.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC
Rooted in the dreams of immigrants and inspired by the promise of opportunity, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC (Advancing Justice | AAJC) advocates for an America in which all Americans can benefit equally from, and contribute to, the American dream. Our mission is to advance the civil and human rights for Asian Americans and to build and promote a fair and equitable society for all. Advancing Justice | AAJC is a national 501 (c)(3) nonprofit founded in 1991 in Washington, D.C.
Advancing Justice | AAJC is the voice for the Asian American community – the fastest-growing population in the U.S. – fighting for our civil rights through education, litigation, and public policy advocacy. We serve to empower our communities by bringing local and national constituencies together and ensuring Asian Americans are able to participate fully in our democracy.
Cycle of Change
Cycles of Change works to improve the health and sustainability of our neighborhoods by increasing the use of bicycles as transportation, connecting youth with the extraordinary living systems of our local area, and building a diverse community of visionary young leaders.
Established in 1984, we envision a just and equitable society where all people can live in harmony, dream and achieve their full potential. MinKwon empowers the Korean American community and works with the wider Asian American and immigrant communities, to achieve economic and social justice for all.
National Council of Asian Pacific Americans
The National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA), founded in 1996, is a coalition of 34 national Asian Pacific American organizations around the country. Based in Washington D.C., NCAPA serves to represent the interests of the greater Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities and to provide a national voice for AA and NHPI issues.
National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum
The National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum (NAPAWF) is building a movement to advance social justice and human rights for Asian American and Pacific Islander women and girls.
Asian American LEgal DEfense and education fund
The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, founded in 1974, is a national organization that protects and promotes the civil rights of Asian Americans. By combining litigation, advocacy, education, and organizing, AALDEF works with Asian American communities across the country to secure human rights for all.
Herndon-Reston Indivisible Immigration Issues Committee
The mission of Herndon-Reston Indivisible (HRI) is to mobilize a progressive network for resisting the Trump agenda while electing Democrats who support our values of transparency, inclusion, tolerance & fairness.
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
We connect everyone to the dynamic history, cultures, and art of Asian Pacific Americans through vivid storytelling and inspiring experiences to advance racial and social equity.
Los Angeles County bicycle coalition
The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) is a membership-based nonprofit organization that works to make all communities in LA County healthy, safe, and fun places to ride a bike through advocacy, education, and outreach.
calvary Presbyterian Church - San francisco
Calvary formally organized as a congregation in July 1854 with 63 members, including the mayor of San Francisco. Our first location was on Bush Street, between Sansome and Montgomery; Calvary was relocated to Union Square five years later.
18 Million Rising Organization | 18MR.Org
18MillionRising.org (18MR.org) brings many disparate Asian American communities together online and offline to reimagine Asian American identity with nuance, specificity, and power. We are using this Asian American identity as the foundation to build a more just and creative world where our experiences are affirmed, our leadership is valued, and all of us have the opportunity to thrive.
South Asian Americans Leading Together | SAALT
South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) is a national, nonpartisan, non-profit organization that fights for racial justice and advocates for the civil rights of all South Asians in the United States. Our ultimate vision is dignity and full inclusion for all.