Camp Musubi is a weeklong day camp that uses fun activities to teach middle schoolers about Japanese American community and culture.
Katarou Histories is a program designed to engage Nikkei high school youth and adults in the preservation of Japanese American history in the San Fernando Valley through the sharing of personal stories.
The goal of the Bridging Communities Program is to create awareness, dialogue and ultimately activism from Japanese American and Muslim American youth through a series of interactive sessions.
The Collegiate Asian Pacific Internship is designed to connect college students with Asian Pacific Islander community based organizations in Los Angeles and Orange County.
Social change happens because of the dedication, efforts, and commitment of individuals. Each year, through the Annual Benefit, we celebrate the District's progress and honor those within the community and the District who exemplify the goals and values of JACL.
It takes a village. Whether large or small, one-time or monthly, you individual contribution along with other will go a long way. In 2012, we kicked off the district's first-ever Annual Fund Campaign, "Reflecting on Our Legacy, Creating New Milestone." Please help us reach our goal by donating to the Annual Fund via check or on-line giving.
Please join us for our annual King Hawaiian's Fundraiser and eat some onolicious food!
With 15,000 members and history of leadership since 1929, becoming a member means joining the nation’s oldest, largest, and most experienced Asian American civil rights organization in the fight for justice and equality.
JACL PSW is an affiliate agency of:
JACL Pacific Southwest District250 E. 1st Street, Suite 303Los Angeles, CA 90012phone:213-626-4471fax:213-626-4282www.jaclpsw.orgemail: