UCA – United Chinese Americans

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美国华人联合会

UCA is calling on Chinese Community to engage in all means available to help fight against the virus: donation, education, volunteering, funding support, communication, and collaboration. Love heals, and sympathy unites.
Since the initial outbreak of novel coronavirus outbreak, we have been watching very closely and working with organizations locally and nationally in coordinating our efforts. In addition, we have compiled a list of resources for community to share.

Health clinics. Fire departments. Schools. Even roads and highways. The census can shape many different aspects of your community. Your response matters. UCA has been helping out local communities to get involved.

Under the theme “Strengthening Our Community, Embracing a Pluralistic Society”, UCA has successfully held two Chinese American Conventions, attended by hundreds. The next convention is going to be held in Las Vegas, NV soon. It was planned on June 24-27, 2020, however, due to the urgent coronavirus situation, UCA has postponed the convention until further notice. 

COVID-19 Resources &
Progresses

In order to help people in our community grasp medical truth, facilitate communication between the Chinese and the broader community, and work together to prevent the epidemic and reduce panic, UCA has helped organizing efforts in action and sharing. Click to find useful resources and latest news.

Mental
Health
Initiative

For the past three years, UCA has worked with Chinese American community with thousands of community members. One of the most urgent issues expressed by parents and community members is youth mental health. This concern is validated by observed students experiences and behaviors. UCA has established Asian American Emotional Wellness and Mental Health to help our community cope with this challenge.

University of Delaware Responds to UCA Call for Action

University of Delaware Responds to UCA Call for Action

May 10, 2019 Upon UCA’s Call for Action, over a dozen of professions in University of Delaware (UD), lead by Named Professor Xiaohan Yan, expressed their concerns over increasingly deteriorated atmosphere. The university released the following official statement in a positive and articulated response, emphasizing on the support of legit Continue Reading ...
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UCA Raises Concerns For Chinese American Scientists as Collateral Damage

United Chinese Americans (UCA) Raises Concerns For Chinese American Scientists as Collateral Damage in the Crossfire Between the United States and China Due to Deteriorating Relations WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 25, 2019.  The United Chinese Americans (UCA), www.ucausa.org, expresses grave concern for Chinese American scientists, who have been made to Continue Reading ...
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UCA Forum: A New Reality Facing Chinese Americans

UCA Forum: A New Reality Facing Chinese Americans

The much-anticipated forum on the new reality facing Chinese Americans during China-US conflicts has successfully wrapped up. UCA/UCA-IL, along with CLUSA, Committee of 100, and SixHues, invited a panel consisting of renowned lawyers, FBI investigator, and activists to bring some crucial messages to the Chinese American community. Data have shown Continue Reading ...
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Seasons Greetings

Seasons Greetings

Dear UCA Family, As we are approaching the end of memorable 2018 and beginning of an exciting 2019, we want to express our gratitude to our UCA family members and supporters nationwide, who have nurtured and sustained this UCA civic movement in our community. At this special moment, we vow Continue Reading ...
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Conversation with Senior FBI Official

Conversation with Senior FBI Official Asian American Community leaders met with senior FBI official and representatives to discuss about community concerns   December 14, 2018. Contact: Aryani Ong, (240) 370-6660, aong@sixhuesblog.com   Washington, D.C. – On December 7, 2018, a group of community leaders met with a senior level FBI Continue Reading ...
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UCA San Francisco Event: “How to Talk to Teens so Teens Will Listen”

UCA San Francisco Event: “How to Talk to Teens so Teens Will Listen”   November 4th, 2018.  San Francisco A successful community workshop, “How to Talk to Teens so Teens Will Listen”, was hosted by UCA Friends in San Francisco on November 3rd in Palo Alto Gunn School, CA. Our invited Continue Reading ...
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Happy 2018 Thanksgiving from UCA!

Happy Thanksgiving from UCA!   Dear Members of UCA Family,   Thanksgiving has a special place in the hearts of UCA family members, because we have so much to be thankful and grateful about each other. Your abundant support, care and faith in UCA and its ideals have forged and Continue Reading ...
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An Open Letter from the Chinese American Community in Support of the Jewish Community Following the Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting

An Open Letter from the Chinese American Community in Support of the Jewish Community Following the Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting   To Our Jewish Brethren, Shalom, Chaverim! The Chinese American community condemns in the strongest possible terms the hate-fueled murder of 11 Jewish Americans at the Tree of Life Continue Reading ...
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UCA Statement on the Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting in Pittsburgh

UCA Statement on the Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting in Pittsburgh   October 30th, 2018. United Chinese Americans (UCA), a nationawide coalition of Chinese American organizations, condemns in the strongest possible terms the racist- and hate-fueled murder of 11 Jewish Americans at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Continue Reading ...
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Open letters from Chinese adoptees from across the world to birth parents and Chinese leaders

Open Letter from multiple organizations on Opposition to H.R.1044 / S.386 immigration reform acts

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