AAPIs Are Diverse

The Austin Asian Communities Civic Coalition (formerly Austin Asian Complete Count Committee) was formed to ensure that Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPIs), the fastest-growing population in Central Texas, were accurately counted during the 2020 Census and had our voices heard during the 2020 General Election.

AACCC continues to advocate for the AAPI community in Greater Austin. We are diverse in our cultures, languages, ethnicities, ages, and life experiences.We aim to engage, inform, and motivate our community to become more civically engaged.

Asian American Pacific Islanders have been in the Americas for hundreds of years. Since then, AAPIs have come to the United States always searching for a better life, and many of us have found one. There is no single AAPI story. That is why we must tell it. Working together, we can ensure that our communities are represented - at home and in Washington D.C.

Our Coalition

  • Asian Family Support Services of Austin

  • Austin Asian Impact

  • Austin Chapter of Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce

  • Austin Chinese American Network

  • Austin Iranian Professional Association

  • Austin Iranian Professionals Association

  • Austin Japan Community

  • APAPA (Austin Chapter)

  • Bangladesh Association of Greater Austin

  • BRAVE Communities

  • Chinese Society of Austin

  • EMGAGE, Austin Chapter

  • Filipino Young Professionals

  • Greater Austin Nepali Society

  • Indian American Coalition of Texas

  • Korean American Association of Greater Austin

  • Lighthouse Myanmar Ministries

  • Outreach Consultant, Bastrop County

  • Refugee Council USA, Austin Chapter

  • Vietnamese American Community of Austin Texas

  • Xiang Yun Temple

 
 
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