LA/Orange County

*Organizations, if you feel that we could better describe your organization, please let us know! We’ll be happy to change it.

Los Angeles

Asian Pacific American Network

Asian Pacific Community Fund

Asian Youth Center

Center for the Pacific Asian Family

Chinatown Service Center

Cold Tofu – [THEATER]an Asian American comedy improv and sketch theater group. They do monthly performances (except in July and August) and offer improv classes.

East West Players (EWP) – [THEATER] – probably the most well-established, well-known Asian American theater group in the country. Notable alumni include Mako, B.D. Wong, John Cho, David Henry Hwang, George Takei. Located in Little Tokyo, they offer acting and writing classes and a new series of plays every season.

FilAm Arts (AKA Association for the Advancement of Filipino American Arts and Culture) – [CULTURE] – a community arts organization with three main programs: The Pilipino Artists Network, Eskuwela Kultura (an arts education program that promotes cultural understanding and tolerance among inner-city youth, and The Annual Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture in September.

Filipino American Service Group, Inc.

Gay Asian Pacific Support Network

Guam Communications Network

Khmer Girls in Action

Little Tokyo Service Center

Media Action Network for Asian Americans

One Imagination – “a collective based in the Long Beach/South Bay area that believes that “through conscious artistic programming, community education and outreach, and leadership development, we can cultivate a world free of hatred, ignorance, injustice, inequality, and oppression.”

Organization of Chinese Americans–Greater Los Angeles Chapter

Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment

Propergander

Room to Improv – [THEATER] – an Asian American improv group that performs the first Friday of every month, except for July and August.

Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA)

South Asian Network

Thai Community Development Center

Tuesday Night Project – “home to the 1st & 3rd Tuesday Night Café series, Tuesday Night-on-Tour, and a host of other on-going efforts.”

Vietnamese American Arts & Letters Association

Visual Communications

Orange County

Cambodian Family

Japanese American Living Legacy

Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance


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