In partnership with Fresno Filmworks, CCAPW is proud to serve as the screening sponsor for the April film presentation of Mountains May Depart. ABOUT THE FILM Fresno Filmworks presents the Chinese drama “Mountains May Depart,” a candidate for the Palme d’Or at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The film follows the life of an easygoing drifter, Tao, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here it is, finally! Another edition of our newsletter. This issue includes updates from the 2015 Gala, a Q&A with 1998 scholarship recipient Becky Kwon, a report-back from the October 2015 forum on domestic violence, along with other updates. Be sure to check it out! Hard-copies of the newsletter will be available at the upcoming […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the continued work on domestic violence, here’s a story from the Fresno Bee that features local advocates, including CCAPW, working to end domestic violence. Fresno Bee: Fresno Hmong and Asian communities working to end domestic abuseContinue Reading... No Comments.
A big thank you to all who attended CCAPW’s 35th Anniversary Gala and Scholarship Banquet this past week! With 120 people in attendance, ABC30’s Christine Park emceed the program featuring a keynote address from Surina Khan, CEO of the Women’s Foundation of California, along with the organization’s inaugural Luminary Award presented to Debbie Tom McCray. To cap off […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We’re excited to release the SPRING 2015 issue of our newsletter! It was a while coming, but we’re proud it’s finally here. This issue includes stories on combatting domestic violence, reports from scholarship recipients, updates on education advocacy affecting Southeast Asian American students, honoring our 2015 Luminary Award recipient Debbie Tom McCray (see below), along with other […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We’ve added a page on our website to archive all our past e-blast newsletters in case you missed any of them. Check them out HERE.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Gena Lew Gong: Vang murder shows need to address domestic violence BY GENA LEW GONG April 20, 2015 The Fresno Bee On March 31, Becky Zyang Vang was shot and killed by her ex-husband, Neng Moua, who then turned his gun on himself. Various reasons have been circulating as to why this tragedy occurred, casting […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the Reports section of our website, we’ve posted the following document as a follow up on the domestic violence forum held last fall: Gender and Culture in Transition: A Community Conversation Report on Domestic Violence Forum with the Fresno Hmong Community. The forum was organized by CCAPW, hosted at Clovis Community College Center, and sponsored by Centro La […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In an interview with local news, CCAPW President, Gena Lew Gong, speaks out on the need to address the issue of domestic violence within the community.Continue Reading... No Comments.