ACMA partners with media and cultural organizations who promote better awareness of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities and culture in the US.
We offer the following benefits to our community partners:
- Post your logo and hyperlink on our website
- Promote your organization in our newsletter and social media
- Opportunity to be featured on Asian Voices show
- Collaborate on media projects or cultural events
- Discounted tickets to our events
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Partners who help to empower and uplift AAPI communities through their unique programs.
L.A. Art Documents is a unique platform for documentation and internet-based video journal, focused on preserving, promoting, and curating contemporary art in Los Angeles and Beyond. In this vibrant and busy contemporary art world with multiple shows happening daily, it is of tremendous value to create proper documentation to archive the work for future prosperity.
The mission of the Japanese Friendship Garden Society of San Diego (JFG) is to develop a traditional Japanese garden as a center to educate, engage, and inspire people of diverse backgrounds about Japanese culture and community legacy. JFG is an accredited museum that offers a variety of educational programs, exhibits, and cultural festivals to enhance appreciation and understanding of Japanese culture.
A nonprofit, public benefit organization founded in 1996, the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center is designed to advocate, educate, research, develop, and preserve the history, and the future, of the Black community in the film and television industries. The BHERC strives to highlight the important roles that black folks have played, and continue to play, in film and television.
The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum’s permanent exhibition is housed in a mission-style building designed by Louis J. Gill, nephew and protégé of famed architect, Irving Gill. For 30 years, this structure housed the Chinese Community Church (formerly the Chinese Mission), where English language classes were held for new immigrants who often lived in adjacent dormitories.
The Pacific Rim Park Project organization designs and builds friendship parks around the Pacific Rim, designed and built predominantly by architecture students from cities around the Pacific Rim under the supervision of leading artists, architects, builders and planners. It is a way to bridge cultures, establish new connections, and help define an emergent Pacific Rim community. All parks are for the public, and are directly connected to the Pacific Ocean.
The Vietnamese American Arts & Letters Association (VAALA) was founded in 1991 by a group of Vietnamese American journalists, artists and friends to provide a space for artists’ to express themselves as a newly resettled immigrant community during a time in which there were not yet any similar offerings. VAALA remains the only Southern California arts organization providing high-quality, community-based arts programming focused on nurturing and highlighting the intersections of the Vietnamese experience in America.
Founded by Korean American couple Hojin and Hyosoon Park in 2009, San Diego Korean Pungmul Institute (SDKPI) is a largely self-funded, volunteer-based non-profit organization to create awareness of Korean traditional music culture in the US.
The institute focuses on teaching second-generation Korean-Americans to experience a variety of traditional Korean musical culture and often perform in various events to share Korean culture with other communities.
Makani Kai was founded in 1993 by a group of professional Polynesian dancers. This group performed regularly at Sea World and throughout San Diego during the 90’s. Later Makani Kai became a thriving Polynesian entertainment troupe completed with live drumming and a live band “Moku Kani”.
Always a student seeking knowledge, this is our path for continued growth. The love of dance, music and culture is our uniting bond. The foundation of aloha is shared.
Partners who help unite and uplift AAPI communities across Southern California and the United States.
The Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) is a community-based, non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to cultivate civic engagement to forward the voices of San Diego’s Asian Pacific American community. The goal of APAC is to Engage, Educate and Empower the Asian Pacific American community in San Diego.
Asian Americans have been part of the American story since its earliest days, and are now the U.S.’s fastest-growing racial group with the potential and power to shape our nation and the policies that affect us. Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles’s mission is to advance civil and human rights for Asian Americans and to build and promote a fair and equitable society for all.
The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles (CCCLA) is a politically independent, membership based, volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization that has been leading and serving the business community since 1955. CCCLA promotes the interests of our member companies by encouraging trade, business growth and new opportunities.
The San Diego Chinese Women’s Association (SDCWA) is an energetic and dynamic organization whose mission is to promote public awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the Chinese culture, including Chinese history, art, literature, customs, and traditions.
Global Village Foundation (GVF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) NGO organization based in San Diego, California. Founded in 2000 by author and humanitarian Le Ly Hayslip, GVF is non-religious, nonpolitical, and non-governmental. GVF’s mission is to uplift the people of rural Vietnam and Southeast Asia through self-sustaining programs in education, healthcare, cultural preservation, and disaster relief, as well as the construction of schools and homes in impoverished regions. As volunteers working through hands-on engagement at the grassroots level, we provide valuable life lessons to both local and international recipients, encouraging literacy and supporting regional arts and culture.
California State University, Los Angeles (Cal State LA) is one of 23 campuses within the California State University system. They are a pillar of support at the intersections of the AAPI community and media arts. Ranked number one in the U.S. for the upward mobility of its students, it is dedicated to engagement, service, and the public good; offering nationally recognized programs in science, the arts, business, criminal justice, engineering, nursing, education, ethnic studies, and the humanities.
Founded by Nanda Mehta, AHAANA is a San Diego based non profit organization whose mission is to create a Community of Awareness & Acceptance Cultivate Cultural Network Through Art & Theater. Visit https://www.ahaana.org/about-us for more information.
The Center for World Music is a nonprofit organization whose primary purpose is to foster intercultural awareness and understanding through in-depth encounters with the world’s performing arts traditions. In support of this goal, we sponsor educational programs for people of all ages, live and online performances, and a wide range of community partnerships and activities. To learn more about the organization, visit https://centerforworldmusic.org
The SDSU campus is embedded in a vibrant community with diverse populations, reflected in the student body. Their departments of Television, Film, and New Media and the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies (CAPS) prepares AANHPI students to become leaders in production and criticism, navigating the mainstream and independent media worlds with the ethical acuity of community action and global citizenship.
Building on an innovative 30-year history, California State University San Marcos is a forward-focused institution, dedicated to preparing future leaders, building great communities and solving critical issues. They offer rich curriculum centered on AAPI, media, anti-racism, and awareness.
KOWIN was established in 2001 with the launch of South Korea’s Ministry of Gender Equality and Family (MOGEF) with a mission to empower and promote networking among Korean women leaders and business professionals around the world.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to developing and advancing the careers of Asian leaders, we cultivate professional excellence among our members, connect accomplished professionals for mutual success, engage our members in community service, and work with employers in business, nonprofit, and government to recruit, retain, and promote high-achieving individuals.
Partners who help provide the essential artistic insight and technology to empower our communities.
Carma Media provides our clients with a full range of digital media and marketing solutions. We also specialize in producing original content for television and film. We have worked with over 400 clients ranging from technology, consumer product manufacturers, insurance and healthcare providers to food and beverage, health and beauty products, music artists and non profit organizations.
A professional motion designer and cinematographer, Monte Simard brings a versatile skillset and curiosity for problem-solving to every project he works on. He thrives on solving problems in high-pressure situations. Monte is most comfortable using Cinema 4D, Octane, Substance Painter and Designer, 3D Coat, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Audition, and Ableton Live to name a few programs.
Options For All exists to create hope, inspire dreams and achieve success. We serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities toward becoming fully participating members of their communities who can experience the pride of personal and professional accomplishment from pursuit of their goals.
Viet News Television (VNTV) is a leading television production that was originally established to serve the Vietnamese communities of San Diego. Over the years, it has grown into a national brand that’s now can be seen by over 2,000,000 Vietnamese across the United States, and Canada. VNTV provides local, state, national, international news, market report, sports, entertainment and cultural events which affect the Vietnamese from highly populated areas in the United States.
From its state of the art production facility in Los Angeles, TVK24 owns and operates three distinct television services including TVK, TVK2 and TVK-Pop On Demand serving Korean American households from coast to coast. TVK and TVK2 are nationwide digital basic channels available throughout various cable platforms. TVK produces live news, variety and music programming in-house.
Three Flames Pictures is a Los Angeles based production company with international reach and established production partners in Europe, Asia, North America, The Middle East and North Africa. Their goal is to create original and culturally distinct content in different genres that showcases the world’s amazing diversity. Three Flames Pictures producers hail from the world of International Finance, Anthropology, and Film. Our diverse backgrounds allow us to tell culturally definitive stories that are easily relatable to the world audience.
Established in 1998, The Asian American Film Lab is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that has been dedicated to the promotion and support of gender and racial parity in entertainment and media. It began as a collaborative of New York-based filmmakers whose goals consisted of honing their craft and sharing their knowledge, experience, and resources with other filmmakers and writers dedicated to the promotion and creation of gender and ethnic diversity in the mediums of film and television. Programming include filmmaking workshops with industry professionals, screenplay readings, and film competitions like the annual 72-Hour Film Shootout competition.