The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is proud to announce our end of the year campaign Stories to Light, Stories That Unite, which launched on #GivingTuesday last Tuesday, November 29. Join the movement by donating $35 or more to CAAM on our secure website CAAMedia.org/StoriesthatUnite today through December 31, 2016. Your donation to CAAM will ensure that we can continue to support storytellers around the world with the tools and resources to tell timely, relevant and compelling stories about the Asian American experience. In return, you’ll receive our thanks on our website!
For the past 36 years, the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) has been steadfast in producing and presenting compelling and innovative stories by and about Asian Americans for a diverse world. We believe that the stories we tell offer insights into Asian American experiences, such as the inspiring voices of the Muslim American youth who have shared their stories, dreams and perspectives through the short films created in our Muslim Youth Voices Project over the last two years.
We are resolved to stay focused on this mission to celebrate diversity, build community, and share stories. We believe that ultimately, sharing our authentic selves and experiences ensure that we do not merely exist and tell stories for diversity’s sake, but to effect positive and lasting change in the future of our country.
We cannot do this work without your participation — as members, as supporters. Please donate today. We hope to see you at the 35th Anniversary of CAAMFest as a community on March 9-19, 2017 in San Francisco and Oakland.
Muslim Youth Voices Project
We are delighted to give you a sneak peek of three impressive short films created by youth from Minneapolis and Philadelphia. Click here to watch the films on CAAM’s YouTube Channel.
I Came To America
Written and Directed by Shemsedin Sheikh
Black Muslim Woman
Written and Directed by Mikel Aki’Lah
Written and Directed by Iqbal Maxamed
Help us bring Stories to Light, Stories that Unite by:
– Making a tax-deductible donation of any amount to CAAM today, #GivingTuesday or by December 31, 2016
– Encouraging your friends and family members to donate to CAAM on our secure website CAAMedia.org/StoriesthatUnite
– Increasing the impact of your gift by requesting a matching donation from your employer. Many companies have matching gift programs, including: AOL, Google, Macy’s and others.
Together, we can bring Stories to Light, Stories that Unite.
Help us uncover more stories like the Muslim Youth Voices by donating before December 31, 2016. With your gift we can continue to Bring Stories to Light, Stories That Unite. If your company has an employee matching gift program, please increase the impact of your gift by requesting a matching gift. For more information, please contact Jennifer Chu, Membership Manager, at email@example.com or (415) 863-0814 extension 102.
Thank you to everyone who supported the campaign! Thanks to your support, we met and exceeded our campaign goal of $7,500, raising 11,509.*
Linda Blackaby, in Memory of Kayo Hatta
Peter Brantley and Anne Hirozawa
Kathryn A. Chan
Ravi Chandra, M.D.
Douglas Chin and Kathy Ko Chin
Mui Lim and Leanne Koh
Rituparna Roy, in Honor of Priya Gupta
Ann Ruckstuhl and John Ruckstuhl, Jr.
Robert and Yvonne Uyeki
Raymond and Kay Woon
The Honorable Bryan Yagi
Greg Yin, in Honor of Frank and Grace Yin
Palma You and Stephen Haines
Wallace and Laura Young
*Please contact Jennifer Chu at firstname.lastname@example.org, (415) 863-0814 extension 102 with corrections