AMA's Funders

US Dept of Justice
St. Paul Cultural Star
St. Paul STAR Program
Minnesota Lynx
National Endowment for the Arts
Minneapolis Foundation
Minnesota Dept of Health
Wells Fargo
Minnesota Dept of Employment & Economic Development
City of Minneapolis
Headwaters Foundation

AMA Announcements

Current Violence on AANHPIs


Asian Media Access condemns the senseless and violent acts against individuals of Asian descent all over the world.  The recent events in the United States are a reminder that hate, and xenophobic behavior has infiltrated our beloved country and we must all take a stand together to eradicate these social diseases. 

We stand entirely with our Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities. We are advocating for justice, support, and understanding. We are committed to growing the acceptance, diversity, equity, inclusions, and equality. 

We maximize our efforts to oppose anti-Asian discrimination, hate crimes, xenophobic rhetoric. We stand with these crime victims, especially Noel Quintana, Vicha Ratanapakdee, and their loved ones. 

Stop AANHPI Hate.

Regular COVID-19 Testing at the HmongTown Marketplace

Asian Media Access' Partner - Zepto will provide on-going COVID-19 Testing every Wednesday at the HmongTown Marketplace (217 Como Ave, St Paul, MN 55103) in support of the state-wide "Youth Testing Campaign." For more information: and 612-272-0131.
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Over the past few months, the number of students attending in-person classes has significantly increased, with thousands more expected to return to the classroom in coming weeks,” said MDH Assistant Commissioner Dan Huff. With the rate of infection in decline, Governor Walz has adjusted the dials so children and young adults can resume youth sports and other activities. To protect this progress, we need to use all the tools at our disposal. That’s why we are asking parents to make regular testing a priority for their families. Testing can help spot a single case early and prevent it from becoming many cases.”

The recommendation now is for all youth returning to school, youth sports, or extracurricular activities to get tested every two weeks through the end of the school year.  As of today, 88 percent of school districts and charters are offering some form of in-person learning. In early December, half of all schools were in distance learning; today only 12 percent of districts and charters are offering only distance learning.

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Join the Cambodian New Year Celebration

DATE/TIME: Saturday, April 24, 2021
PLACE: Rochester Cambodian Temple at 4462 29th St. SE, Rochester, MN 55904

Join the Cambodian community in Rochester to celebrate the new year with Cultural Festivities and Buddhist Blessing.

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Program Updates

A Meaningful Collaboration with Rochester Cambodian Community

Asian Media Access brought another COVID-19 Testing and Asian Food Distribution event to a satisfactory end at the Rochester Cambodian Temple on February 21,2021.

Regardless of the heavy snow, many seniors and monks came out and showcased the importance of getting TESTED for COVID-19.

For this event, AMA collaborated with a local agency - Rochester Cambodian Association (RCA). According to them, about 3,000+ Cambodians live in Rochester. 

Back in the 1980’s, Minnesota was the central hub for a lot of the Cambodian Refugees who survived the Khmer Rouge Genocide, and have called Rochester Minnesota their new home. Many Cambodian families back then, and now, are still facing issues when it comes to equity and quality of services.

Most of them are first-generation Cambodian people who didn’t have the opportunity to attend school as they had to be in the workforce to provide financial support to their families. Some family members had to take more than one job in order to make ends meet.  As of today, many of them are now retiring and living on fixed incomes. Some of the elderlies live by themselves, some with their husbands and wives, and some live with family members. Large numbers of them still have a mortgage loan to pay, car insurance, and other bills to pay. It is very stressful and dealing, with the language barrier as the information is important but don’t know how to get help. 

Ironically, seniors also face too much information being distributed through social media and they do not know which are real and which ones are scams. There have been a lot of scams, and one current one is the “Clark Michael” as he is scamming $8000.00 from Cambodian seniors. Online information has been problematic for the Cambodian elderly group as they do not know how to read or write English proficiently.

Through this COVID-19 Testing, Asian Media Access had the opportunity to learn more about the Cambodian community in Rochester. We have been discussing with RCA to take a step further for a potential Asian American Community Influencer Network in partnership with area Asian American media outlets, to build a multi-cultural information/education and marketing network that presents original content to connect audiences nation-wide with accurate information, and present programs in heritage languages through social media lives, terrestrial radio, streaming video and print distribution. If you are interested to join us to develop such idea, please send us an e-mail at for more information.


Mental Health Awareness Campaign

Since Dec. 2020, Asian Media Access has partnered with the State on a mental health/mental well-being campaign. We have kicked off with a back-to-school mental health well-being training with MN International Chinese School’s parents, and conducted bilingually by Dr. Zihui Lu, along with her Chinese and English articles to area Asian Media outlets to remind all parents to be aware of the mental health impacts by the pandemic, as well as the effective communications tactics.

Additionally, AMA has joined the #StayConnectedMN campaign to create/share messages and tips on how to support mental health & mental well-being through different types of connections and languages. Each week on our social media platforms, we consistently posted different themes, key messages, and resource links relating to mental health.

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Week 1: Connect with yourself - Prioritizing your mental health, creating your own well-being plan, & giving yourself grace (or credit) as you are doing your best during the pandemic.

Week 2: Connect with others - Have a conversation with others about your mental health and ask them to do the same, take time to recognize those in your life, & make an effort to maintain connections
Week 3: Create a healthy environment - Our environment impacts our mood, stress levels, and mental health. Take the initiative to change up the scenery by adding the element of nature, reducing clutter, and adding natural light sources to create a more enjoyable environment.
Week 4: Know how to find help and support - Looking for a therapist to help & using warmlines and peer support can be valuable to those in stressful situations.

Using the #StayConnectedMN on social media platforms helped us, other organizations, businesses, and individuals who were also participating in this campaign reach so many people who may need these resources and have a conversation on the topic of mental health under the pandemics.  

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Special Spotlight, Youth Story - Smriti Samanti 

Thanks to Varsha Bhatia’s recommendation, Smriti Samanti joined the 2020 Cultural Broker’s Program. Samanti was interested in gaining more experience, and the Cultural Broker program was an opportunity that caterers to bicultural identity while mixing both technical and creative skills. 

During the Cultural Broker’s program, Smriti Samtani found a deeper connection to her heritage background. Samanti Stated, “I am glad that my work will be going in the community because while I hope most everyone knows that smoking and gambling is bad, it is always nice to have that extra push...and in your mother language. It feels so much more special.” Seeing and reading about an issue in a preferred language allows individuals to feel more connected and represented.

Overtime, Samanti learned how to reach and address her audience in both English and her heritage language. At first, it was not easy to mix different languages in her designs. One of the challenges was that direct translations do not always have the same literal meaning. Common English phrases did not consistently translate appropriately in Hindi, but Samanti improved and created meaningful catchy phrases for both English and Hindi with practice and determination. Samanti learned to embrace her two cultures rather than losing a part of her identity and conforming completely to her host culture.
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While creating these postcard and video designs, Samtani found personal benefits in spending time researching the issues. She stated, “Cultural Brokers expanded my knowledge about Biculturalism. I didn’t know there were words like acculturation and assimilation that described what affects me and all of us in the community”. Samanti plans to continue to spend time learning more about Biculturalism and engaging with her community further. Samanti is a zealous advocate for multiple social justice issues such as environmental health and immigration law and has found a deeper dedication to helping her various communities. In the future, Samanti hopes to pursue a career that incorporates her interest in biology and science, such as Biomedical Engineering. 

Community News

Metro North Free ESL Classes

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PLACE: Online, Register
Phone: 763-433-4200

English as a Second Language (ESL)
English language classes are offered to support adults who may be immigrants or refugees. The curriculum is designed to fulfill learner's practical needs by teaching everyday language focused on survival skills and everyday living. In addition, the classes improve proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, math, and writing English.

BeWELL Free Health Coaching

PLACE: Online, Register

BeWELL, in partnership with the Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing, is offering health professional students the opportunity to work with a health coach for FREE.
What is health coaching? A health coach walks alongside a client, motivating and empowering them as they work toward achieving, optimal wellbeing, sustainable change and transformation
A health coach encourages the client as they look inward to develop their agenda and set intentional goals centered around achieving their best self. Health coaches are experts in the change process
Coaching is practice from a holistic perspective that views each person as intrinsically whole and the ultimate expert in his or her healing journey. This is an amazing opportunity to: Reduce stress, Create space for self-care, Build new habits, Tend to your mental health,Move forward with goals. Sessions will be 30 minutes, on Zoom, starting February 8th.

unnamed (1).pngWiring Adolescents with Social Anxiety via Behavioral Interventions (WASABI): an intervention to reduce social anxiety and improve social skills    

The University of Minnesota Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Studies is recruiting adolescents (ages 14-18) who experience symptoms of social anxiety to participate in a remote study that evaluates two forms of digital Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy (dCBGT) for social anxiety. Participants will engage in weekly 1-hour dCBGT sessions and will have questionnaires to complete throughout the week. Participation will last for 5 months, and participants may be compensated up to $255. Please contact the study coordinator at or 612-326-4228

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Womxn's Conference 2021: Spotlighting Multicultural Womxn

DATE/TIME: March 1-5, 2021, 6:00pm-8:30pm ET
PLACE: Online, Register

Discuss and bring awareness to common issues and challenges across cultures, build self-confidence, and elevate womxn through learning, mentoring, and empowerment. This conference is made up of 11 educational sessions and 2 mentoring sessions. Below is the schedule of our conference.

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Knight Media Forum 2021

DATE: March 2-4, 2021
PLACE: Online, Register

The 2020 election and the pandemic have accelerated the polarization of the media in the United States, hardening Americans into two information silos shaped principally by partisanship. This fractured media ecosystem has serious consequences for American democracy and institutions, from national elections to decision making at City Hall.

Importantly, the one medium that can break through the partisan divide, and bring people together around a common set of facts, is local news. 

The 2021 Knight Media Forum, taking place online, will examine how local news innovators and their supporters are responding to unprecedented times, and offer practical solutions for newsrooms and funders seeking to promote more informed and engaged communities.

Indisposable: Structures of Support After the ADA, Chapter 3

DATE: March 3, 2021; 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST
PLACE: Online, RSVP at

FRONTLINES OF ALL KIND is a new video commission documenting artists Navild Acosta and Fannie Sosa's endeavors and challenges during the pandemic. The filming occurred during the rehearsal period of the Black Power Naps opera “Choir of the Slain'' slated to premier at a Berlin theater in the fall of 2020. The opera offers a lush audiovisual landscape where rest and idleness reclaim power and offer healing for the people who are most denied rest and relaxation. Based on historic truths and recent studies, we know that race, class, and socio-economic status determine the amount of quality rest that one can achieve. Working under the strain of a global pandemic exacerbates this social inequity for many, particularly Black people who labor at front lines of all kinds. By creating a collage of the beautiful moments found against the backdrop of institutional power structures, FRONTLINES OF ALL KIND offers an insight into what liberating spaces of rest for Black and racialized people entails.

The video presentation will be followed by a conversation between artists Mandy Harris Williams, Fannie Sosa, and Navild Acosta. Black Power Naps will finish the program by leading a soundscape meditation session.


Let's Talk About Race Workshop Series

DATE: March 3, 10, 17, and 24,  4:30pm– 6:00pm
PLACE: Online, Register

Back by popular demand, Let's Talk About Race is being offered in March. Explore how to talk let's talk about race: 2 kids whispering to each otherrespectfully about race and racial issues.

This course is designed for middle and high school youth to talk about the issues they see happening in their community. Youth will learn how to have respectful conversations, hear from guest speakers, and practice speaking up when they hear bias as they connect with and learn from each other.

Youth will meet virtually for 1.5 hours, once per week for four weeks in March.


Wells Fargo Beyond College: 2021 Webinar Series A young man watches a webinar on a desktop computer.

Covering a wide variety of topics from personal finance to professional development, the 2021 Beyond College Webinar Series may help better prepare you for what’s next after college.

DATE/TIME: March 4, 2021, 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Creating a rock-solid resume
Get tips on how to showcase your personality, skills and accomplishments while highlighting what you have to offer to a potential employer.

DATE/TIME: April 22, 2021, 4:00-5:30 p.m. ET
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Budgeting and Money Management 101.

Learn financial strategies for life during and after college, including investing, principles, and the important lesson of paying yourself first.

DATE/TIME: May 20, 2021, 4:00-5:30 p.m. ET 
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Entrepreneurship and the gig economy.

Find out if you are ready to start your own business, and learn about tools and resources to help.

DATE/TIME: May 20, 2021, 4:00-5:30 p.m. ET 
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Wells Fargo careers and internships.
Recruiters from Wells Fargo share information about internships and full-time career opportunities, including how to apply.

DATE/TIME: June 17, 2021, 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET 
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Salary vs. value: How to determine which role is perfect for you.
Know what to consider when evaluating job offers and what you can negotiate.

DATE/TIME: July 29, 2021, 4:00-5:30 p.m. ET
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Entrepreneurship and the gig economy.
Recruiters from Wells Fargo share information about internships and full-time career opportunities, including how to apply.

DATE/TIME: August 26, 2021, 4:00-5:30 p.m. ET
PLACE: Online, Register here
TOPIC: Digital Native: Social media smarts.
Join a discussion about how social media can promote or destroy your personal brand.

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M Health Fairview March COVID-19 Community Education Forum

DATE: Thursday, March 4, 2021, 1:00pm-2:00pm
PLACE: Online, Register

During the 1-hour forum M Health Fairview system leaders will share up-to-date information about COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccinations. Please complete the form below by Monday, March 1st so we know if you can attend. A Zoom link and further details will be emailed to you closer to the event.

Graphic of a diverse group of Asian Minnesotans with their fists raise in front of the MN State Capitol.CAAL Legislative Advocacy Training

DATE: Thursday, March 4, 2021,4:00pm-5:30pm
PLACE: Online, Register

Are you ready to fight public policies that include Asian Minnesotans? At this training, we will dive deeper into CAAL's legislative priorities, discuss and practice advocacy skills for successful legislative meetings, learn about opportunities to take action, and sign up to meet with your legislators.

We believe that our democracy thrives when people are visible, included, and actively engaged in shaping policies that impact their lives. The stakes for legislative actions are high and we must prioritize legislation that protects and expands opportunities for Black, Indigenous, Asian, and Latinx communities. Your voice on issues that matter to you and our collective community is essential at the Minnesota State Legislature.

Lessons Learned with Nelson Chai

DATE: Thursday, March 4, 202, 7:00pm CSTP/ 8:00pm EST
PLACE: Online, Register

Join us as Nelson Chai, Chief Financial Officer of Uber, shares "lessons learned" from more than a decade of experience in senior positions at some of the world's leading publicly traded companies, including Uber, CIT Group, Merrill Lynch, and NYSE Euronext, among others. Members and friends of The Korea Society and Korea Finance Society are invited to the discussion, moderated by Korea Finance Society Co-Chairman Mike Joo and Sandor Hau.

Multicultural virtual training

DATE: Friday, March 5, 2021, 8:00am-10:00am
PLACE: Online, Register 

The Dakota County Safe and Drug-Free Schools and the Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) are pleased to host two multicultural trainings for local educators and student support personnel. Presenter: Derek Francis, Manager of Counseling services, Minneapolis Public Schools.
Proactive Strategies for Addressing Race in School - Unexpected acts of racism occurs in our schools and in our communities daily. This presentation will provide attendees with resources to support their school when race incidents occur.

SEWA Celebrating Resilience During COVID-19

DATE: Saturday, March 6, 2021

Join us for our annual gala, for a celebration of resilience during this pandemic. Hear from SEWA-AIFW staff and esteemed guests as we look together towards a new year.

Flowers Festival 2021

DATE/TIME: Saturday, March 6, 2021, 4:30pm-9:00pm - Sunday, March 7, 2021, 8:00am-1:30pm
PLACE: Watt Dhamma Visuddhikaram, 4462 29th Street Southeast Rochester Minnesota 55904
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Gasparilla Festival of the Arts

DATE: March 6-7, 2021
PLACE: Online,

Virtual Arts FestivalFor half a century, artists and art lovers from all parts of the country migrated annually to the Raymond James Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, where the country’s most accomplished artists and rising stars vie for the $15,000 Raymond James Best of Show Award and an additional $65,000 in prize money. In March 2021, Festival organizers will present a first-of-its-kind online event. It will showcase artists and their work to include ceramic, digital, drawing, fiber, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, watercolor and wood. The virtual version of this esteemed event will also feature the works of local young artists and a weekend full of streaming entertainment.

Email Event HeaderProgram Title: Creating Impact in a Volatile World — Lessons Learned from the Front Lines 

DATE/TIME: Wednesday, March 10, 2021, 1:00pm-2:00pm CST / 2:00pm-3:00pm EST
PLACE: Online, Register
In this complimentary SSIR Live! webinar, you will hear from three social entrepreneurs on the front lines of change, who are a part of The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation (DRK) portfolio. These leaders will share the lessons they learned in 2020 and the ways in which they were able to pivot in the moment to innovate new solutions, and channel their impact to places of immediate need. 

The King, the Virtuous Queen, and His Wicked Consort Live Webcast

DATE/TIME: Thursday, March 11, 2021, 5:00pm CST/6:00pm EST
PLACE: Online, Register

The saga of King Sukjong, Queen Inhyeon, and Concubine Jang Hui-bin is one of the most famous episodes in the 500-year-long history of Joseon dynasty. Filled with palace intrigues and passionate love affairs, the story of the 19th king of Joseon, his virtuous queen, and one of the most infamous women in the history of Joseon dominates the popular culture and imagination even today. But what was the real story behind the legend?

Professor Minsoo Kang, who recently published a translation of Record of the Virtue of Queen Inhyeon, Lady Min, speaks about the importance of this story, the historical myth that has built around the characters, and its place in modern Korean society.
Due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), this program will be conducted virtually. This live session will be provided free of charge at the specified date and time. Those unable to view the live session will have the opportunity to watch the recorded video or listen to the podcast soon after.

The Historical Causes of Korea's Division and Challenges to Reconciliation

DATE/TIME: Thursday, March 18, 2021, 11:00am CST/12:00pm EST
PLACE: Online, Register
Michael D. Shin, a Fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge, looks at the late Joseon period and the Japanese colonial period to examine the historical causes of Korean division and investigate their impact on inter-Korean reconciliation in this program supported by the UniKorea Foundation. Understanding the deep historical causes of Korean division sheds light on the persistence of the division after the end of the Cold War.

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Building to Heal: A Framework for Holistic Community Development Webinar

DATE/TIME: Thursday, March 18, 2021, 12:00pm-1:30pm CST/ 1:00pm-2:30pm EST
PLACE: Online, Register here

In this webinar, Enterprise’s Meghan Venable-Thomas, Brandon Jones, and Chandra Christmas-Rouse will speak about their recently released paper: Building to Heal. They will discuss why a healing centered approach to community development is so essential and introduce the Healing-Centered Community Development Framework as a way to understand the concepts and practices at the heart of this approach.

Building to Heal: A Framework for Holistic Community Development is available in the Enterprise Resource Center. This framework focuses on a holistic understanding of health and the processes that relieve stress, achieve acceptance, promote hope and restore relationships. This includes relationships in the form of community-based interventions and how engagement takes place in that context. The healing-centered framework provides guidance on how to practice being in the right relationship with ourselves, each other, and the land for which we are stewards- especially regarding the development of brick and mortar. The pulse of this framework strives beyond merely racial justice and even anti-racist strategies in order to try on the notion of Black liberation within the field and practice of housing and community development.

Community-Based Organizations Build Pathways to Behavioral Health Equity for Communities of Color

DATE/TIME: Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:00pm-2:00pm CST/2:00pm-3:30pm EDT 
PLACE: Online, Register
TOPIC: Virtual Roundtable 1: Adapting to the Behavioral Health Needs of Underserved and Racially/Ethnically Diverse Youth

The COVID-19 pandemic on top of growing racial tensions across the nation are impacting youth mental health—including stress, anxiety, and fear. With school closures and the digital divide, young people are missing a sense of structure and stimulation and are at greater risk for social isolation while not receiving the social support that is essential for their overall mental health and well-being.

Join this NNED Virtual Roundtable to learn how community-based organizations (CBOs) working with underserved and racially/ethnically diverse youth—Black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), immigrant and refugee, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and 2-spirit (LGBTQIA2S+)—are quickly shifting their practices and programs in today’s unprecedented environment to address these mental health needs. Responses to these growing needs of youth include bolstering methods for telehealth, shifting to more remote positions, and providing services in innovative ways. Panelists will share methods for how they are enhancing their staff’s skills and shifting roles to build resilience and competently respond in crisis situations.

Walker’s “Dialogue” series features award-winning filmmaker Chloé Zhao

DATE/TIME: Saturday, March 20, 7 p.m.
PLACE: Virtual Cinema
COST: $12 ($10 Walker Members)

The filmmaker behind the Frances McDormand-starring film Nomadland will speak about her process at the virtual 2021 Walker Dialogue.

The award-winning (nominated for four 2021 Golden Globes and six Critic’s Choice for “Nomadland”).   Zhao will speak with Sheryl Mousley, former senior curator of Moving Image at Walker Art Center, and Walker audiences virtually about her remarkable career, inspirations and influences. The writer-director-producer will also discuss her experiential approach to emotionally intimate, humanist filmmaking.

Zhao was born in Beijing and attended boarding school in London, finishing up high school in Los Angeles. She earned her undergraduate degree in political science from Mount Holyoke College and studied film production at New York University. She redefines and reinvents American cinema genres, creating immersive worlds with her actors and environments.

For more information on the filmmaker and this event, and to purchase tickets, go to

Art Break: Zines! (with Rosie Yasukochi)

DATE/TIME: Thursday, March 23, 2021 12:00pm - 12:45pm PST/2:00 pm - 2:45pm CST
PLACE: Online, Must Register at THIS FORM

Join staff designer and artist, Rosie Yasukochi, for a short workshop where you’ll learn how to make your own zine, or self-published booklet. You’ll also learn a bit about the history of newspapers and independent publishing within the Japanese American community.

This workshop is part of a new series of free, lunchtime art workshops that you can do with the supplies you have at home called Art Break. Art Break is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs.

RSVPs are required. Follow THIS LINK. You will be emailed links and instructions to join our conversation on Zoom. Please confirm that the email that you register with is the best way to reach you. Contact if you have any additional questions or specific access concerns.

Youth In Educational Leadership Summit

DATE/TIME: April 24th & 25th, 2021
PLACE: Online, Register
YELS logoStudents across Minnesota grades 8 - 12 are invited to join us on April 24 and 25 for an exciting day full of virtual trainings and workshops designed and facilitated by their peers. We are also inviting parents, teachers, and community members to attend and learn directly from students how to best support them as they work to shape their experience in education. 

 If you are a student that is passionate, driven, and would like to facilitate a 30 minute or 1-hour session or workshop for your peers and supportive adults, sign up to be a youth presenter! Honorariums will be provided for youth facilitated sessions.

Across the state, young people are in positions of leadership in their schools and communities, working within the same system and towards similar goals regarding education and equity. However, we rarely have the opportunity to meet and collaborate directly. We know that strong youth voice, representation, and partnership is necessary in order to create a Minnesota that empowers ALL students

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CAAL 2021 MOVEE Summer Program 

DATE/TIME: June 18-20, July 16-18, and August 20-22, 2021 APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, March 19, 2021 (5 PM CST)
PLACE: Online, Register
Applications for The Coalition of Asian American leaders MOVEE program are now open. "Each year, CAAL selects a cohort of 20 leaders to participate in the MOVEE Summer Intensive, which takes place over three weekends (June 18-20, July 16-18, and August 20-22). After completion of the summer program, MOVEE leaders are supported through a year of practice, and they become part of a growing alumni network that's building a stronger ecosystem of support for each other's work and growth.

Gen-K: K-Pop Talent Showcase

DATE/TIME: July 28, 2021, 8:00pm
PLACE: Online, Youtube

A production highlighting the talents of the Gen Z K-Pop Community in Minneapolis. Featuring dance cover teams and vocalists from across the Twin-Cities, we invite you to join us on Wed., July 28th, 2021 (8PM CST) on YouTube!  Learn more about us at View on your desktop for best experience. Connect with us! or Email (
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