UCA – United Chinese Americans

United Chinese America

美国华人联合会

Given the urgent situation of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China, we are watching it very closely and working with Chinese organizations locally and nationally in coordinating our efforts. In addition, we have compiled a list of resources for community to share.

In conjunction with other organizations, UCA helps provide in-depth explanation to the voting and caucus processes for the community, as well as online voter registration, voter information update and other services on site.

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 on June 24-27, 2020.

Cast Your
Vote!

2020 Primary Election has started! UCA is calling for Chinese Americans to participate in the election. Local UCA chapters and groups are organizing events and activities to help the Chinese American communities participate in the Primary Election and meet the candidates. Please help support these efforts and fulfill our responsibilities as conscientious citizens of the country. Its progress depends on everyone’s participation, and 2020 elections will be extremely important for Asian Americans.

Call
For
Action

UCA Calls for Chinese Americans to be involved in the relief effort towards the New Coronavirus outbreak and disease prevention in the U.S. We, as One Chinese, no matter which part of the world we live, are connected, willing to do all it takes to stand for one another and go through this difficult time together.

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.

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