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Hate Crimes Resources for AAPI

As COVID-19 cases in Southern California continue to rise, reports of harassment and assault against Asian Americans rise as well. According to Asian Americans Advancing Justice, it is estimated that over 2,000 discriminatory incidents have taken place since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, while Ipsos and the Center for Public Integrity report that...

Solidarity

Statement of Solidarity

San Diego, California –The Asian Culture and Media Alliance (ACMA) stands in solidarity with our Black community, as an ally in challenging the systemic violence and racism that has disproportionately impacted Black communities. Names such as George Floyd, Breanna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery are just a few of the hundreds of Black individuals that...

ACMA Awarded two grants from California Arts Council

Asian Culture & Media Alliance Awarded California Arts Council “Cultural Pathways” and "Arts and Public Media" Grant State funds support arts programs rooted in communities of color, recent immigrant and refugee communities, or tribal groups May 4, 2020 San Diego, CA – The California Arts Council has announced today a record-setting $29,951,200 in support for arts...

Asian Voices Season III

Recipient of Telly and Fil-Am Humanitarian Awards, Asian Voices is the only Cultural and Educational Television Show produced in English  promoting and empowering the Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) community in Southern California. Asian Voices currently airs on Thursdays @10pm and Fridays @9pm on Channel 4, Yurview Cox and Time Warner Spectrum in San Diego,...

Butterfly the movie

Produced by ACMA in association with Carma Media Productions, Butterfly is a short film that takes place during the 1992 LA riot. It is a story about a Korean American nurse struggles with her feelings toward a wounded black man knowing he is somehow involved in the disappearance of her own father. With time...