Make your voice heard in New York City's 2023 primary election!
New Yorkers go to the polls June 27 to make their choices for City Council, district attorney and judgeships. . AAFE urges community members to participate in this important election.
AAFE and Council member Koo urge full census participation during Flushing outreach event
Just 21 days before a federal deadline to end the count for the 2020 Census, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) and City Council Member Peter Koo joined with ICNA Relief at its weekly food distribution in Flushing to help community members complete their census questionnaires.
Residents who lost everything in 2010 Chinatown fire receive $900,000 settlement
Nearly 100 residents who lived in three buildings on Grand Street in Manhattan’s Chinatown received settlement checks, eight years after a devastating seven alarm fire destroyed their homes.
Property owner at 43 Essex St. indicted after AAFE informed authorities of tenant harassment
Since 2015, Asian Americans for Equality has advocated for the residents of 43 Essex St., who faced harassment and were forced to endure intolerable conditions in their New York City apartment building.
AAFE, Flushing Chamber, Flushing BID kick off small business program
Asian Americans for Equality kicked off a new $1.55 million initiative March 31, 2017 to support small businesses in Flushing, Queens.