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The '''Chinatown Community Development Center''' received grant funds from the [[McKay Foundation]] in 2006.
 
The '''Chinatown Community Development Center''' received grant funds from the [[McKay Foundation]] in 2006.
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==AAFE connection==
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[[Asian Americans for Equality]] celebrated their 40th Anniversary Gala, November 18, 2014, at Tribeca 360, 10 Debrosses St NYC.
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Honored "Agents of Change" included  [[Gordon Chin]];<ref>[http://www.aafe.org/agents-of-change, AAFE Agents of Change, accessed Nov 15, 2014]</ref>
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:''[[Gordon Chin]] was the founding director of San Francisco’s [[Chinatown Community Development Center]] until his retirement in 2011.  At Chinatown CDC, he oversaw a comprehensive program of community organizing, neighborhood planning, affordable housing development, property management, and resident services.  Prior to creating the CDC, Gordon worked as a community youth leader and civil rights advocate. More recently, he has served on numerous boards, including the Center for Community Change, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, and currently chairs the National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development, which grew out of his original idea to promote the preservation and development of America’s Chinatowns and other ethnic communities.''
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Latest revision as of 14:21, 28 August 2016

The Chinatown Community Development Center received grant funds from the McKay Foundation in 2006.

AAFE connection

Asian Americans for Equality celebrated their 40th Anniversary Gala, November 18, 2014, at Tribeca 360, 10 Debrosses St NYC.

Honored "Agents of Change" included Gordon Chin;[1]

Gordon Chin was the founding director of San Francisco’s Chinatown Community Development Center until his retirement in 2011. At Chinatown CDC, he oversaw a comprehensive program of community organizing, neighborhood planning, affordable housing development, property management, and resident services. Prior to creating the CDC, Gordon worked as a community youth leader and civil rights advocate. More recently, he has served on numerous boards, including the Center for Community Change, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, and currently chairs the National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development, which grew out of his original idea to promote the preservation and development of America’s Chinatowns and other ethnic communities.

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