Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago builds power through collective advocacy and organizing to achieve racial equity.
We equip community members with strategies to combat anti-Asian hate and harassment.
We connect across communities through our leadership in coalitions at the city, state, and national levels.
We grow power and mobilize for racial equity year round through our civic engagement efforts.
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AAPI Heritage Month
This May’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we will be kicking off a celebration of all the cultures that make up our diverse community. Advancing Justice | Chicago is partnering with individuals and local businesses to bring awareness to our mission and help give back by supporting our work in different ways. … Read more »Read More
Asian Americans Advancing Justice affiliation express strong support for the confirmation of Julie Su
Asian Americans Advancing Justice and the 56 undersigned organizations representing Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, we write to express our strong support for the confirmation of Julie Su to serve as the next U.S. Secretary of Labor.Read More
Asian American voters see improved language access at the polls on Election Day
Every vote matters. This is especially true during competitive elections like the April 4th run-off in Chicago. Leading up to Election Day, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago and our partner organizations have been hard at work to ensure that this and future elections are accessible to all. On Election Day, Advancing Justice | Chicago dispatched a team of staff and volunteer poll watchers to 107 precincts and eight vote centers in Chicago.Read More
From Our Leaders
"I’ve really enjoyed being with Advancing Justice | Chicago because it’s a group that wants to change things … It’s really good to be able to be in community and organize and fight for each other."
— Tia, A Just Chi leader