35 Years of Storytelling About the Asian American Experience

Jill Kizer and Masashi Niwano donning our sleek, new Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies t-shirt. Get yours today by donating $35 or more to our online campaign -- this week only! http://caamedia.org/onestory
Jill Kizer and Masashi Niwano donning our sleek, new Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies t-shirt. Get yours today by donating $35 or more to our online campaign -- this week only! http://caamedia.org/onestory

CAAM was founded in 1980 to present stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. For 35 years, CAAM has been a national leader in the advancement of Asian Americans in independent and public media. In honor of our 35 years (and counting!) of service to the community, our goal is to raise $35 or more from 35 people by this Friday, December 18th.

For this week only, everyone who donates $35 will receive a limited edition CAAM Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies t-shirt.

We need your help! Donate to our Connecting Community One Story at a Time campaign here:

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Main image: CAAM Festival Intern Jill Kizer and CAAM Festival and Exhibitions Director Masashi Niwano showing off our Memories to Light t-shirts.