Programs & Events
Due to the pandemic, our usual annual events, including the “Kenko no Hi” Community Health Fair, the Spaghetti Crab Feed featuring the late Yo Hironaka’s secret recipe sauce, the Nisei Fishing Derby, and others were suspended. Please join us to help restart these events.
STOP ASIAN HATE
JACL SF Chapter takes a stand against anti-Asian hate. We are distributing personal sirens to seniors in Japantown and conducting safety workshops.
EDUCATION & ADVOCACY
Help us honor the legacy of the late long-time chapter leader Greg Marutani, former National JACL Education Committee member, to plan future educational events.
Look here for upcoming SF JACL events
- Sat, Oct 30Zoom via Eventbrite RegistrationOct 30, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PMZoom via Eventbrite RegistrationJoin Dr. Danny Hiroyuki Teraguchi, EdD, who has served on admissions committees at four different medical schools, both private and public. He will share advice on applications & demystify the pathway to med school. Free for chapter members, $20 for non-members. Register below.
Stop Asian Hate.
According to a recent study by California State University
San Bernardino, anti-Asian hate crimes in the United States rose by nearly 150% from 2019 to 2020. In response, JACL SF commissioned, posted, and distributed banners and posters around San Francisco Japantown to remind all who visit our community that racist violence is not welcome. The banners were designed by the legendary nikkei advertising genius Bob Matsumura and printed by local business Pyramid Printing and Graphics. If you have experienced a hate crime, we strongly encourage you to report it. Please visit this link.
JACL SF believes in the importance of mentoring and supporting future leaders. Starting in 2022, JACL SF will be awarding up to ten scholarships to deserving students pursuing higher education goals. Please stay tuned for the application to be released later this year.
JACL also has a National Scholarship Program. Please click here for more information.
Help Educate Our Community
JACL SF cares deeply for the safety of the elders of our community. In response to the rise in anti-Asian violence in our city, our organization distributed over 500 personal alarms to seniors in San Francisco Japantown, taking care to explain how to use each alarm.