Find Your Crew: Connecting Bay Area Filmmakers and Content Creators

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St. #290, Oakland, CA, United States

    The future of filmmaking is in the Bay Area! In 2023, the film industry is finally recognizing that diversity in representation has a huge impact in the stories we tell and the audiences we connect with. From Black Panther to Shang-Chi, the Bay Area has contributed incredible talent and storytelling to the film industry. At

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    Strong Like Bamboo: Stories of Resilience for Healing in the Era of Anti-AAPI Violence

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St. #290, Oakland, CA, United States

    On Sunday, May 28th, from 2pm to 5pm, six professional Asian American storytellers, co-hosted by Eth-Noh-Tec and Oakland Asian Cultural Center, will share their stories of discrimination and the outcomes that can strengthen our own ability to not only survive, but thrive in this continuing era of anti-Asian hate. About the Program A panel will

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    Celebrating Our HeART-filled Heritage: Pasifika Futurism, the SPULU Experience

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St. #290, Oakland, CA, United States

    What does the world of Pasifika Futurism look like? How do we express our native traditions, immigrant culture, and queerness in one body? Join us for the final event in our Celebrating Our HeART-filled Heritage series by Oakland native, SPULU. Through the lens of SPULU (a creative entrepreneur, storyteller, and multidisciplinary performing artist), the audience

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    AAPI Mental Health and Wellness Jam

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St. #290, Oakland, CA, United States

    Join OACC and PEERS for an AAPI Mental Health and Wellness Jam, where we will embrace the warmth of our community and celebrate joy. We hope to create a space where Asian American and Pacific Islander communities can access tools and resources to address the needs of the whole person, and have many options for

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    Book Reading with Grace Lin

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St. #290, Oakland, CA, United States

      Join OACC and Eastwind Books of Berkeley for a book talk with award-winning and bestselling children's book author Grace Lin in celebrating the release of her new anthology, CHINESE MENU: The History, Myths, and Legends Behind Your Favorite American Chinese Foods (suitable for ages 8 - 12 years old). From fried dumplings to fortune

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    “Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant: A Memoir” Book Launch with Curtis Chin

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center 388 9th St. #290, Oakland, CA, United States

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