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==Pro-China==
 
==Pro-China==
 
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Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco) members were invited to visit the People’s Republic of China a number of times, as an opportunity to visit their ancestors’ homes and to see socialism in action. Although the visiting members were aware that much of what they were shown was too perfect, this  was also an opportunity to see the country where they found a viable alternative to capitalism in an age of restricted information.
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Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco) members were invited to visit the People’s Republic of China a number of times, as an opportunity to visit their ancestors’ homes and to see socialism in action. Although the visiting members were aware that much of what they were shown was too perfect, this  was also an opportunity to see the country where they found a viable alternative to capitalism in an age of restricted information.<ref>[THE INTERACTION BETWEEN SERVICE AND ORGANIZING: TWO HOUSING CAMPAIGNS BY THE CHINESE PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION Kaori Tsukada Stanford University Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Undergraduate Honors Thesis May 26th, 2009]</ref>
  
 
==Personnel==
 
==Personnel==

Revision as of 05:52, 5 July 2016

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Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco) members were invited to visit the People’s Republic of China a number of times, as an opportunity to visit their ancestors’ homes and to see socialism in action. Although the visiting members were aware that much of what they were shown was too perfect, this was also an opportunity to see the country where they found a viable alternative to capitalism in an age of restricted information.[1]

Personnel

As of 2015;[2]

Board of Directors

Staff

Media

40th anniversary

On August 4th 2015 to celebrate Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco)'s 40th Anniversary. CPA was proud to honor the National Guestworkers Alliance and New Orleans Workers Center for Racial Justice, the Free MUNI for Youth Coalition, and Jobs with Justice San Francisco.

Host Committee:

Rolland Lowe and Kathy LoweGrace Lee BoggsJosue Arguelles • Supervisor John AvalosAngelica Cabande • Supervisor David CamposMike Casey • Supervisor David ChiuAntonio Diaz • Reverend Norman FongConny FordMaria GuillenAlicia GarzaRoger Kim • Supervisor Jane KimHelen KimJee KimMario Lugay • Supervisor Eric MarGordon MarAlisa MesserLuke Newton • Supervisor Christina OlagueVincent PanTim PaulsonAi-jen PooRaquel RedondiezPeggy SaikaShiree TengMakani Themba-NixonHelena WongMiya Yoshitani[3]

References

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  1. [THE INTERACTION BETWEEN SERVICE AND ORGANIZING: TWO HOUSING CAMPAIGNS BY THE CHINESE PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION Kaori Tsukada Stanford University Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Undergraduate Honors Thesis May 26th, 2009]
  2. CPA board, accessed November 4, 2015
  3. Chinese Progressive Association, Together We Move Mountains :: Celebrating Generations of Change