Programs

ACMA Programs

As part of our core mission to provide cultural awareness, empowerment, voice and representation for the Asian Americans and Pacific Islander communities in Media, ACMA provides the following programs throughout the year:

Asian Voices TV Show

Asian Voices is an award-winning, nationally broadcast television series that spotlights the Asian American experience, including inspiring people, community organizations and cultural events. Select episodes are available to stream on YouTube

Asian Pacific Community Connection Directory Listings Website

ACMA hosts APCC SoCal, a free online business directory dedicated to the Asian Pacific American businesses and cultural events in Southern California. AAPI businesses can join 800+ listings on APCC by emailing info@acmasocal.org for more information.

Take One Media Internship Program

The Take One Program provides free hands-on educational training for learning media production and digital marketing skills for our young filmmakers and storytellers underserved Asian Pacific American communities.

Annual Drive, Dine & Wine Fundraising Golf Tournament

Our Annual Tournament event is ACMA’s signature fundraising event that encourages all communities to participate and support our mission. CLICK HERE to out more about our next event, and how you can get involved.

Annual Holiday Event (Mixer/Gala)

ACMA’s end-of-year fundraising event where we recap the year’s progress, celebrate community accomplishments and announce new plans and projects in the upcoming New Year. Nominate AAPI media leaders and join us for our next event by CLICKING HERE.

Business & Empowerment Webinars

E4Women: An interactive live platform for sharing inspiring success stories of Asian women in media who have had to overcome gender inequality, cultural barriers and even racial issues.

Youth Webinars: For each webinar, ACMA invites a special guest panel to discuss a variety of topics ranging from activism in media to career readiness and film/creator workshops. 

ACMA programs are supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at www.arts.ca.gov