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Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program

The mission of the Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program (API SBP) is: to assist the development of small and micro businesses in Los Angeles with a particular focus on the Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai and Filipino business communities, especially those of low income immigrants.

API SPP Staff

Formed in 1999, API SBP is a collaborative of five community organizations: the Chinatown Service Center, Koreatown Youth & Community Center, Little Tokyo Service Center CDC, Search to Involve Pilipino Americans and Thai Community Development Center.

[ API SBP Website ]

 
Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches (A3M)

Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches (A3M) has a mission is to improve the health and welfare of all people by providing education and assistance while facilitating prompt access to potential marrow and blood cell donors. A3M's goal is to serve patients in need of matching marrow donors who could potentially save their lives by coordinating donor recruitment drives to increase and diversify the national bone marrow registry.
A3M
For more information, please visit A3M's website.

[ A3M Website ]

 
War Relocation Authority Camp Images Archive

 Photograph credit: National Archives and Records AdministrationWith funding from the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program of the U.S. National Park Service, Stone Ishimaru’s photographic collection of over 3,000 images from the ten War Relocation Authority Japanese American Internment camps have been restored and digizited in order to preserve them for future research and education.

Stone Ishimaru’s restored photographic collection can be viewed on this external website: http://usainternmentphotos.org/

Additional photographs of Japanese American Internment are available for viewing on the National Archives and Records Administration's website: http://www.archives.gov/


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