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.

UCA Announcing New Leadership Team

UCA Announcing New Leadership Team   April 26th, 2018.  Dearborn, MI During 2018 UCA leadership retreat held in Dearborn, MI, from April 20th to 22nd, the new UCA leadership team was elected: Chairman of Board 张小彦 (Xiaoyan Zhang); President 薛海培 (Haipei Shue); Treasurer 梁瑞凤 (Ray Liang); Secretary 马晓红 (Shirley Ma); Continue Reading ...
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Introducing iCAHM, Interactive Chinese American Heritage Map

Introducing iCAHM, Interactive Chinese American Heritage Map

Introducing iCAHM, Interactive Chinese American Heritage Map   March 8th, 2018.  Washington, DC Chinese American Heritage Map (iCAHM) is a signature project undertaken by United Chinese Americans (UCA). Using state of the art technology to record and display historical events, persons and landmarks that are significant to Chinese American experiences, iCAHM Continue Reading ...
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Speak Up! Community Action Alert!

Voice Your Concern with FBI Director Wray’s Remarks on Chinese Students, Scientists and Professors as National Security Threat Many in Asian American communities, particularly Chinese Americans, were shocked and concerned to hear high-ranking US officials characterize, at a recent Senate hearing, all persons of Chinese origin in the United States, Continue Reading ...
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Call for Meeting with FBI Director Wray Regarding Profiling of Students, Scholars, and Scientists with Chinese Origins

New York, NY, March 1, 2018 – Today, United Chinese American (UCA, ucausa.org) has released a letter joined by 13 national civil rights and community organizations to FBI Director Christopher Wray, urging him to meet and discuss recent remarks he made characterizing all persons of Chinese origin in the United Continue Reading ...
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2018 Lunar New Year Initiative

  《华人春节倡议书》 春节,是中华民族和海外华人最为欢快的节庆和神圣的日子;春节,是海外华人血脉和身份的认同和象征;春节,是海外华人助贫扶弱、公益慈善、回馈社会的最佳时节;春节,也必定是海外华人安身立命,慎终追远的精神文化源泉; ...
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UCA Statement on Senator Marco Rubio’s and FBI Director Chris Wray

UCA Statement on Senator Marco Rubio’s and FBI Director Chris Wray’s Remarks on Chinese Students in America as National Security Threat Feb. 14, 2018, Washington D.C. US Senator Marco Rubio’s leading question and FBI Director Wray’s remarks regarding Chinese students and scholars as national security threat that requires taking “a Continue Reading ...
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Reauthorization of the FISA Amendments Act

Reauthorization of the FISA Amendments Act   Click to see full text.   Dear Senator Grassley and Senator Feinstein,   We, the undersigned Asian American organizations, are writing to urge stronger protections for Americans and people in the United States as Congress works out reforms of the amendments of the Continue Reading ...
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Call for Investigation into NJ Racist Mailer

Call for Investigation into NJ Racist Mailer

  United Chinese Americans (UCA) calls on federal and state authorities of New Jersey to investigate a racist campaign tactic against Asian American minority candidates. Unnamed and unsigned postcards with explicit and hateful racist remarks showed up in many households’ mailboxes in the winding days of a middle New Jersey Continue Reading ...
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UCA Harvey Relief Fund Bulletin

UCA Harvey Relief Fund Bulletin

In response to the call to help the flooded schools and students by Anne Sung (宋嘉年), the first Chinese Trustee on the Board of the 7th largest ISD in the nation, UCA Harvey Relief Fund would like to thank CapCityKids in Austin for the kind donation of 300 backpacks and Continue Reading ...
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A Successful Civic Leadership Forum

A Successful Civic Leadership Forum

Milwaukee CLF turned out to be a very successful forum! There were about thirty two people attended the half day forum. Some of them are representatives of local organizations and community leaders. Judge Kristy Yang from Milwaukee Circuit Court, Anthony Ng from Civic Leadership Forum Foundation, Jianguo Jian Sun from 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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