SUPPORT “WE THE FUTURE”: STOP AAPI HATE & RECOVERY THRU THE ARTS
“We the Future” is an initiative to present bold art with social and economic transformation for the healing and recovery of the community. “We the Future” is an active, loud and essential voice at the forefront of Stop AAPI Hate.
Support Chinese Culture Center’s “We the Future” Initiative to:
ART IS FUNDAMENTAL TO BUILDING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES
CCC is a space dedicated to the growth of artists to be the voice for the community. In our programming, we uplift to the forefront, voices of marginalized communities.
CCC supports emerging artists, immigrant, refugee, QTPOC through:
GIVING A VOICE FOR EQUALITY
Your contribution will uplift diverse voices and elevate the underserved. Art is an essential part of recovery and social change. Consider donating to elevate community stories through education and contemporary art.
Chinatown is one of America’s most important historical and cultural neighborhoods. At the frontier of immigrant rights and neighborhood preservation, Chinatown is contributor to the City’s diversity through its intergenerational leadership, cross-sector collaborations, and commitment to racial equity.
Chinese Culture Center (CCC) has a long history of presenting bold art with social transformation & community impact by sparking critical dialogues on equity. We provide a safe environment for artists who champion activism, resiliency, and healthy communities. In doing so, we shift dominant narratives, empower change, and reimagine our futures.
CCC believes that a healthy and democratic community must include a vibrant creative life accessible for all. Our policies, best practices, and creative work are driven by cultural equity principles that advance an inclusive and just future. We are a loud advocate for respectful and equitable investments (public and private) to BIPOC communities, championing artists who work in activism, resiliency, and healthy communities.
WE我們: THE FUTURE: HONORING APA TRAILBLAZERS
CCC is celebrating 56 years of community building and the arts on May 20th, 2021. This year's gala theme is "We我們: The Future" and we are honoring leaders who have made a difference in the community, and to celebrate the work around Stop AAPI Hate and solidarity building through the arts for a more just and equitable future. Register for tickets and read more about our 2021 honorees here.