Residents call on Jackson Heights landlord to end building neglect and tenant harassment
Residents of 89-04/14 34th Avenue in Jackson Heights gathered outside their apartment complex on February 1, 2024, calling on their landlord to fulfill promises made months ago, to protect their safety, finally address numerous maintenance issues and stop tenant harassment.
Building our communal future: Your support is essential!
This season of gratitude, we’d like to thank you—our incredible community of supporters, neighbors, and partners—for making our work possible.
AAFE offers free adult computer classes, promoting intergenerational cooperation between high school students and adult learners
Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) will begin offering an 8-week computer course for adults and retirees in late November at our One Flushing location, which will train participants in the fundamentals of computer and phone operations as well as identity theft prevention.
Make your voice heard! Election Day is coming up.
Election day in New York City is fast approaching. We want to make sure you're aware of upcoming dates and have all the information you need to make an informed decision!
Community advocates join in Chinatown to commemorate Private Danny Chen
On Tuesday, October 3 AAFE joined OCA New York and an array of community advocates to commemorate the life of Army Private Danny Chen.
AAFE and Asian American Bar Association of New York partner with City Councilmember Ung for free Flushing legal clinics
AAFE and the Asian American Bar Association of New York have partnered with City Councilmember Sandra Ung to provide free legal consultations in Flushing, Queens. The new round of pro bono legal clinics begin Wednesday, September 6 and will be offered bi-monthly.