• Community Events

We all need to BELONG.

KCCEB welcomes community members, volunteers, and sponsors to join our events! Follow our home page and join the events.

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PAST EVENTS

PAST EVENTS

2022 AAPI Elder Voices Storytelling/Photo Exhibit

Our #Jikimee leaders explained their immigration journey by putting meaning to each flower and showcased them in the exhibit at OACC.

PAST EVENTS

2022 Jikimee Angel Island Trip

We took our Jikimee members to Angel Island to explore the history and bond with other community members.

2022 World Refugee & Immigrant Day Festival

We celebrated the road our ancestors paved for us by having great music and performances and bring the community together.

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2022 “Jikimee” Rose Garden

We took our Jikimee leaders to the Rose Garden to talk about their immigration stories and get some flower therapy.

2022 AAPI Heritage Month

Celebrating our roots and love for our cultural heritage and history with us. See photos here.

2022 #Breakthesilence : Justice for Asian Women Rally

In community with our powerful Asian American women, mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends.

Starting from 2022, I wanted to join more community events and feel connected with people again. I'm grateful that KCCEB has provided me these opportunities and made me feel really happy!

- Community member from the AAPI Heritage event.

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2021 API Heritage Celebration in Oakland

To support our API community, we provided free lunch boxes and handmade masks for seniors.

2021 Korean Poetry Reading Workshop

To welcome the year of Ox, Poet Mr. JaeMoo Byun shared his poetry and his inspirations for self-publishing his book “Open the Floodgate of the Wilderness.”

2020 Virtual Chuseok Festival

In October 2020, KCCEB hosted the “GOT BAP” rice making workshop at the 2020 Bay Area Virtual Chuseok Festival hosted by KCI. Our intergenerational workshop focused on the history of RICE and teaching kids how to make their first pot of rice!

2019 Chuseok Festival

KCCEB joined the Bay Area’s 1st Annual Korean Chuseok (Harvest) Festival and brought a lot of fun, exciting, and happy memories to our community.

2020 “Here they came for us” Exhibition

And Then They Came for Us brings history into the present, retelling this difficult story and following Japanese American activists as they speak out against the Muslim registry and travel ban.

I didn’t know other communities also suffered like ours.

-Participant, after attending Then They Came For Me Exhibit.

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2019 Halmoni Film Screening + Conversation 

In April 2019, KCCEB + ASPIRE co-presented Halmoni, a Korean American documentary film about immigration, family reunification, and love. Members listened to personal immigration stories and discussed how the current immigration system impacts community mental health.

2019 KCCEB Open House

KCCEB welcomed community members to its new space in San Leandro in March 2019. The event included wellness activities, lunch, and games.