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APSC 2019 Fall Fundraiser

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Oakland Asian Cultural Center

388 9th Street

Suite 290

Oakland, CA 94607

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Please join us for APSC’s Fall Fundraiser on Thursday, October 17 at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center. We are excited to be bringing you an event celebrating our 17th Anniversary, victories of the past year, those who've made a difference in our community, and amazing live entertainment.

This year, the reception features tasty hors d’oeuvres by Chef Tu David Phu, Top Chef Alumni and SF Chronicle Rising Star Chef. Chef Tu David Phu is a first generation Vietnamese-American from Oakland with a rich culinary background. With inspiration from his mother’s Vietnamese cooking, and as an alumni of highly regarded kitchens (such as: Acquerello, Daniel, and Chez Panisse), his food reflects a wide range of cooking cultures.

Entertainment will be headlined by Ann One, a Korean-American soul singer/songwriter/producer from Los Angeles, with two critically acclaimed albums in Korea. She has worked with Anderson .Paak, Freddie Gibbs, CHOPS and the Mountain Brothers, Bambu De Pistola, and Ruby Ibarra. She is also a vocal & music production instructor at Musicians Institute. Ann One will be performing alongside DJ Phatrick and bassist Chucky Kim.

Founded in 2002, Asian Prisoner Support Committee (APSC) is a grassroots organization dedicated to providing support to Asian and Pacific Islander prisoners and educating the broader community about the growing number of APIs in the US being imprisoned, detained, or deported.


General Ticket (Earlybird) - $150
At the door - $200
Advocate Ticket - $300
Champion Ticket - $500
Children (12 years and under) - FREE


This year, APSC honors two wonderful partners:

Nathaniel Tan has been a volunteer with Asian Prisoner Support Committee for over five years. During his time with APSC he co-facilitates the ROOTS program at San Quentin State Prison and organizes APSC's anti-deportation campaigns. He has helped organize the #KeepPJHome campaign, #FreeMariaLuna campaign & #PardonRefugees campaign.

Center for Empowering Refugees and Immigrants (CERI) is a community based organization in Oakland with the mission to improve the social, emotional, psychological, economic, and physical health of refugees and immigrants from Southeast Asia affected by war, torture, genocide and other forms of extreme trauma. CERI was instrumental in organizing an intergenerational campaign to stop the deportations of Oakland Khmer community members in the Spring of 2019.


Hors d’oeuvres provided by Chef Tu David Phu, Top Chef Alumni and SF Chronicle Rising Star Chef from Oakland

Dessert by Rubicon Bakers

Coffee by Red Bay Coffee

Tea by Numi

Cash Donation Wine Bar


However you feel best to celebrate with us!


Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC)
388 9th Street, Ste. 290, Oakland, CA 94607

Accessibility information:

  • Parking available in Pacific Renaissance Garage

  • 10-minute walk from 12th Street Oakland Bart

  • ADA accessible - elevator on all floors

  • Low scent environment - to accomodate individuals with chemical sensitivity, please avoid perfume, deodorants, or chemical detergents



East Bay Community Foundation
Heising-Simons Foundation


The California Endowment


New Breath Foundation
Supervisor Keith Carson


Want to sponsor our event? Email eddy@asianprisonersupport.org.

Interested in volunteering or other questions? Email info@asianprisonersupport.org.


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