Celebrate CAAAV’s 25th Anniversary!
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CAAAV: 25th Anniversary Celebration
Friday, May 20, 2011, 6:30pm
25 years of Creating Vision, Taking Action, and Making Movements
32BJ SEIU Building
101 Avenue of the Americas, Grand Hall
(between Canal & Grand Sts)
Subway: 1/A/C/E trains to Canal St
$75 per person, purchase through our website here
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CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities (also known as Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence) was founded in 1986 as one of the first organizations in the United States to mobilize against racially motivated violence against Asian communities. Over time, CAAAV has broadened its work to focus on a wide range of issues affecting our communities, including in concentrated urban poverty, displacement and gentrification, detention and deportation, worker exploitation, police violence, and criminalization of youth and workers. Our strategy is guided by a global analysis of migration, labor and poverty, and how these experiences are shaped in the U.S. by nationality, immigration status, gender, race and class.