A Welcome Message from our Director
I’m so glad you found your way to our website! Established in 1981, the Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) exists as a result of Asian American student-led efforts to rally for a space on campus and thus remains today as a symbol of resistance, activism, visibility, and institutional recognition when Asian American invisibility was being fought.
Recent News from the AACC:
Arts & Media Innovation Awards
Pan Asian American Heritage Month (PAAHM)
The Asian American Cultural Center presents Yale’s 2019 Pan Asian American Heritage Month held from February 28 to April 7th. We are very excited to kick off a month-long of events that explores the notion of citizenship in a variety of ways that we hope will challenge the assumption that it is solely tied to pieces of paper. Visit https://aacc.yalecollege.yale.edu/paahm for more information. Our PAAHM keynote this year was delivered by Jose Antonio Vargas and can be viewed below:
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Although we don’t have a mailbox at our Crown St. location, you can address mail to the AACC by forwarding it to the following:
Yale College Deans Office
c/o Joliana Yee, Assistant Dean and AACC Director
55 Whitney, 2nd Floor,
P.O. Box 208225
New Haven, CT 06520