Join us for food, drinks, music, and FUN on Saturday, October 2nd with SuperHai serving yōshoku style Japanese food along with Filipino booniefoods and Indonesian minahasachicago cuisine. Enjoy a multi-course, family-style menu with drink pairings under the lights of Revival Food Hall!
AARP and National ACE invite you to join a series of town hall conversations on how organizations are supporting minority-owned small businesses and working towards building more equitable entrepreneurship ecosystems.
The Korean Cultural Center of Chicago will hold a special ‘Hangawi’ event on Saturday, September 18th where there will be a demonstration of Charye service (honoring deceased ancestors through offerings and service) to provide the insight to how it is done.
This year's National Civic Leadership Forum is themed AAPI: The Power of Unity, bringing in sessions and panel discussions from bipartisan political leaders, community activists, and promising young leaders.
This is the biggest event Brew Lounge will be hosting to date. Join them on the 28th as they bring Filipino-American small businesses from all over the country together to showcase authentic Filipino food, pastries, and desserts!
Enjoy Chicago International Film Festival's free Summer Screenings program which presents free virtual screenings throughout the summer! On August 4, they will screen Sumodo: The Successors of Samurai (Sakata Eiji, 2020) from Japan.
Join fellow Chicago community members for CISCRP’s AWARE for All – Midwest free virtual event on the importance of clinical research while entering for a chance to win a Fitbit Versa 2 health and wellness watch.
With the rise in Anti-Asian hate crimes due to the coronavirus pandemic, Asian America is facing a new reckoning with transnational racism. Join us on June 10 for a showcase featuring dancers, writers, and comedians from the AAPI community and a following roundtable discussion about their process and meaning-making.
Sessions takes great pride in continuing their partnership with Joy Ruckus Club, the largest Asian music festival in the world, and virtual events promoter 400 Dayze to present I Hate Being Hated, an important fundraiser to benefit Stand with Asian Americans and to raise hate crime awareness.
This program will explore the history of Asian progress in America, including the creation of “Asian” as a racial construct, the history of scapegoating Asian communities, and the legal approaches used to justify exclusion and violence.
The Chinese American Heritage Foundation (CAHF) is sponsoring "AAPI Talks = American Stories", daily webinars to celebrate AAPH Heritage Month. The 31 webinars highlight prominent individuals and organizations who made notable impact to our country.
Beyond the celebration of our Asian Pacific American heritage in 2021, we find us as a community having to deal with strong hate and anti-Asian sentiment. We will attempt to come together to address this issue while embracing our heritage.
KINETIC is holding a virtual healing space for Asian CPS students to process recent instances of anti-Asian violence, in light of the mass shooting in Atlanta, and other incidences of racially motivated attacks.
"The Business of Asian America" is CAAMBA's inaugural conference, bringing together dozens of accomplished Asian American figures from a spectrum of professions and experiences with hundreds of students and young professionals.
Taking our celebration online has opened our Gala to attendees from around the world! Guests will be able to log in from anywhere to enjoy our WEEK-LONG celebration, honoring CASL’s co-founder and former President Bernie Wong with a Lifetime Achievement Award. As co-chair of CASL’s Advisory Board and organizational supporter for nearly two decades, Emmy award-winning anchor Judy Hsu of ABC-7 will be returning as the evening’s emcee.
The launch will celebrate the resistance and resilience of Filipino women, particularly in the current political climate of Rodrigo Duterte and Donald Trump, two macho-fascist presidents who have openly condoned and defended sexual assault and violence against women.
Our banquet will be an opportunity to celebrate the victories of the past year and ensure we are able to continue doing vital political engagement and advocacy to support our community especially with the fast approaching primary elections.