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Chinese-Americans 1785-: Organizations


Bing Kong Tong 秉公堂 35 Waverly Place, San Francisco, CA 415-982-2551

Bing Kung Association 407 Seventh Avenue South, Seattle, WA. 206-623-5124

CT Chinese Culture Association

Camau Association of America 750 Yale St. Los Angeles, CA  A Chinese/Vietnamese/ Teochew Benevolent Association

Chinese American Association of Minnesota CAAM is non-profit and non-partisan with the mission to provide cultural, educational, recreational, and other programs to promote the cultural heritage and enhance the quality of life of Chinese Americans in Minnesota.

Chinese American Citizens Alliance 1044 Stockton St., San Francisco, CA 94108 415-434-2222 Dedicated to the documentation, study, and presentation of Chinese American history.CHSA operates a Museum and Learning Center located in the landmark Julia Morgan-designed Chinatown YWCA building. Through exhibitions, publications, and educational programming, CHSA promotes the contributions and legacy of Chinese America

Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles. To promote the growing cadre of Chinese American businesses across Southern California, in addition to serving the interests of the region's broader business community. 

Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (NYC) 62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013 Founded in 1883 and has represented and served the needs of Chinese Americans in New York City ever since.  Historically it has performed a quasi-governmental role in the Chinese community.  Throughout its history, business ownership has been a goal of many residents of Chinatown, and has been supported both financially, and through training, by the CCBA. 

Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco 750 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 415-986-1822 A major community-based, non-profit organization established in 1965 to foster the understanding and appreciation of Chinese and Chinese American art, history, and culture in the United States.

The Chinese Historical Society of America  美国华人历史学会 965 Clay St. San Francisco CA 415-391-1188

Chinese Women's Benevolent Association 22 Pell Street, 3/F, New York, NY

Committee of 100 A non-partisan leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, and the arts.

United Chinese-Americans  A leading nationwide non profit federation of Chinese American organizations and individual citizens across the fifty states.

United Chinese Society of Hawaii 美国夏威夷中华总会馆 The premier and leading Chinese Organization in the State of Hawaii representing well-over one-hundred Chinese societies, clubs, and organizations.


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Visualize Justice. (2012). Chinese American Forum27(3), 8–10.

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