Donate by December 31st and help us bring more stories to light
Each year, we bring to light compelling stories about the Asian American experience. The stories we share and the filmmakers we support help us present a more complex portrait of Asian Americans like the Gee Family. Brian Gee’s father Malcolm dreamt of visiting all 50 states with his family. The Gee Family has entrusted us with home movie footage documenting their road trips, which took them to 46 states, from their home in the suburbs of Sacramento, California, to Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. They are one of the many Asian American families whose home movies are part of Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies, a national participatory project that digitizes and archives Asian American home movies.
Will you help us find and present more stories? Join us today by making a tax-deductible donation.
We are still seeking home movie footage and stories. If you would like to participate in Memories to Light, visit our website to learn how we can partner to preserve your family’s home movies and add them to our growing online archive.
Here are other ways you can support:
- Give the gift of membership
- Request a matching gift from your employer
- Help us develop the next generation of filmmakers by allocating your gift to the Loni Ding Award in Social Issue Documentary or the James T. Yee Talent Development Program
- Volunteer for one of our year-round programs
For more information, please contact Debbie Ng, Development and Communications Director, at dng [at] caamedia [dot] org, (415)-863-0814 extension 104.