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Brooklyn Partners Stand Together for 'Hate Has No Home Here' Event

May 29, 2021

On Tuesday, May 25th, CPC Brooklyn Community Services partnered with Met Council on a food distribution to address food insecurity and to push back against, hate, bigotry, and discrimination against the AAPI community.

May 29, 2021

CPC Receives $2,500 from MassMutual in Support of CPC's Community Safety and Belonging Initiative

May 19, 2021
Thank you to MassMutual for their generous donation for CPC's Community Safety and Belonging Initiative to #StopAsianHate. Funds will help address health, economic and safety issues brought on from the pandemic and rise in anti-Asian hate. The goal is to ensure that Asian American New Yorkers feel safe, respected, and included in their neighborhoods and across NYC. 
May 19, 2021

CPC Leadership Council and FeedForward Provide Groceries to Seniors at Hong Ning Housing

May 14, 2021
The residents at Hong Ning Housing received 160 culturally appropriate grocery boxes each Friday between the weeks of April 16 – 23. The deliveries were distributed by Feed Forward, the Chinatown Strong Initiative, and the CPC Leadership Council, and were made possible by the generosity of Yao King (Founder and CIO of YK Asset Management).
May 14, 2021

CPC Speaks at Queens Rises Against Hate Rally

May 3, 2021

On May 2nd, Mitch Wu and Marilla Li of CPC Queens Community Services spoke at the Queens Rises Against Hate rally organized by Queens Borough President Donovan Richards, Congresswoman Grace Meng, and NYS Attorney General Tish James.

May 3, 2021

CPC at Columbia University Irving Medical Center AAPI Employee Resource Group

April 9, 2021
CPC joined Columbia University Irving Medical Center AAPI Employee Resource Group panel to speak about the 171-year history of AAPI injustices, and what organizations can do about Anti-AAPI rhetoric and hate on April 7th.
April 9, 2021

CPC Joins Manhattan Borough President and Anti-Violence Allies in Calling for Solidarity and Action

March 31, 2021
CPC joined Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, elected officials, Asian American and anti-violence allies at a press conference on March 30th to #StopAsianHate and promote bystander intervention. Speakers called for action after an Asian American woman was violently attacked outside of a building in midtown Manhattan.
March 31, 2021

CPC Speaks at Solidarity Rally in Jamaica, Queens

March 31, 2021
Mitchel Wu, Director of CPC Queens Community Services, spoke about how to #StopAsianHate and invest in communities at a solidarity rally in Jamaica, Queens on March 25th.
March 31, 2021

CPC Joins Asian Peace Rally at City Hall

March 30, 2021
CPC Queens Community Center Director Mitch Wu and Director of Operations Steve Yip joined community leaders at a New Yorkers United Against Anti-Asian Violence & White Supremacy rally at City Hall park on Saturday March 27th. CPC joins CACF and Asian American organizations calling on Governor Cuomo to provide $19.5 million in the FY21-22 State budget to support organizations working on pandemic recovery and responding to rising hate.
March 30, 2021

CPC Joins Brooklyn Elected Officials at #StopAsianHate Rally

March 30, 2021

CPC Brooklyn Community Services Director Steve Mei spoke at a rally organized by State Senator Andrew Gounardes, Assembly Member Peter Abbate Jr. and Council Member Justin Brannan on March 29th.

March 30, 2021

Asian American Community Leaders, State Legislators, and Diverse Allies Call on Governor Cuomo to Step Up to Support Asian Americans New Yorkers

March 28, 2021
On March 26th, CPC joined Asian American community leaders to denounce Governor Cuomo’s March 17th statement on the tragic mass shooting in Atlanta and denounced over a decade of systematic disinvestment from the Asian American community. Asian American leaders, NY State legislators, and hundreds of Allies from New York’s nonprofit, business, union, philanthropic, and faith sectors are calling for a $19.5 million package for Asian American community based organizations to respond to the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes, promote relief and recovery from the pandemic, improve data disaggregation, and advance racial healing.
March 28, 2021

CPC Joins #StopAsianHate Actions with City and Community Leaders

March 23, 2021

CPC joined community and city leaders the week of March 16th to condemn the rise in anti-Asian hate and violence and to mourn the loss of 8 lives during a mass shooting in Atlanta.

March 23, 2021

CPC Quoted in New York Times Article

March 18, 2021
CPC President and CEO Wayne Ho and Chief of Staff Alice Wong were quoted in a New York Times article on March 18th about the nuances and challenges of reporting hate crimes. Solutions cannot be found in over-policing, but rather through investing in restorative justice and true accountability, a robust social safety net that includes everyone regardless of status, and in-language services for our communities.
March 18, 2021

CPC Statement on the Atlanta Shootings

March 17, 2021
We are horrified and heartbroken at last night’s murders of eight people, six of whom were Asian American women, in Atlanta, Georgia. Our deepest condolences go out to the families of all the victims: Delaina Ashley Yaun, Xiaojie Tan, Daoyou Feng, Paul Andre Michels, and four others whose names have not yet been released. We stand in solidarity with our neighbors to address the root causes of violence and hate, and work to address the intersections of racism, sexism, classism, and xenophobia.
March 17, 2021

CPC STATEMENT ON THE RISE IN ANTI-ASIAN HATE CRIMES

March 1, 2021
CPC denounces the rise in anti-Asian discrimination and hate crimes in New York and around the country. ​CPC condemns violence and hate of all forms, ​and calls on government officials and community leaders to promote safety, respect, and dignity in all neighborhoods. However, this does not mean over-policing, but rather investment in communities and in restorative justice to ensure that there is accountability and healing.​ Resources must be allocated to provide human services, health care, and mental health supports.
March 1, 2021

CPC Speaks Out Against Anti-Asian Acts of Violence and Racism

February 22, 2021
Recent horrific anti-Asian violence and hate has renewed alarm among our communities. CPC stands alongside our allies around the country and across the City to denounce these acts and to build active inter-community solidarity efforts against hate to ensure the safety of all New Yorkers.
February 22, 2021