Following deadly fire at 80 Madison St., outreach campaign expanded to help delivery workers replace dangerous e-bike batteries
In the aftermath of a devastating fire at 80 Madison St. in Chinatown June 20, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) and Renaissance Economic Development Corporation (an AAFE affiliate) updated the community on efforts to support displaced families and to assist delivery workers in transitioning to safe and compliant e-bikes.
AAFE's track record as a housing nonprofit in Chinatown and beyond - here are the facts
As a Chinatown-based housing nonprofit, AAFE has been caring for our community for almost 50 years, providing permanant affordable housing and helping our residents thrive.
In appreciation of Corky Lee
Corky Lee called himself the, "undisputed unofficial Asian American Photographer Laureate." He was also the unofficial documentarian of AAFE's founding in Chinatown 47 years ago. Almost all of the historical photos you have seen over the years on our website, in videos and in print publications were taken by Corky, when he was a young man just out of college.
AAFE opens new Queens headquarters; One Flushing Community Center offers immigrant, senior and small business services
Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) July 29 unveiled a new state-of-the-art headquarters in Queens, a dynamic community center at One Flushing offering expanded services for immigrant families, seniors and small business owners.
Jennifer Sun and Thomas Yu named co-executive directors of Asian Americans for Equality
Jennifer Sun and Thomas Yu will become Co-Executive Directors of Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) effective July 2, 2018, Lydia Tom, President of AAFE’s Board of Directors, announced today.
Longtime AAFE executive director Chris Kui to retire at the end of 2017
Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) announced today that after 31 years with the organization, including 25 years at the helm, Executive Director,