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Additional Resources

Long Yang Club of Philadelphia

The Long Yang Club International is the world's largest network of gay Asian/non-Asian groups with chapters in most major cities in the US and International. The Philadelphia Chapter of the Long Yang Club promotes mutual friendship and understanding, and provides social activities and support for gay Asians, their partners and friends.


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The Philadelphia Multicultural Affairs Congress
The Multicultural Affairs Congress (MAC) works to increase Philadelphia's share of the multicultural meetings and tourism markets. MAC maximizes opportunities for the region by promoting Philadelphia as an ethnically diverse visitor destination, encouraging multicultural business and social responsibility that contributes to and benefits from the varying multicultural communities that enhance the region's hospitality and tourism industry.


Over the past 22 years, Esperanza’s vision and reach has grown to include Hispanics throughout the United States, Latin America and Israel. Although Hispanics are the fastest-growing community in the United States, the population as a whole continues to face barriers to education, employment, health, and well-being. Esperanza’s faith conviction calls us to remove these barriers wherever we may find them, in order to strengthen the Hispanic community.
4261 North 5th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140

Acción Colombia

The mission of Acción Colombia is to develop leadership in the Colombian and Latino community, through arts and culture and civic participation in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.
4636 N. 5th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140

AAU - Asian Americans United

1023 Callowhill Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 925- 1538 
Founded in 1985, Asian Americans United’s mission is to build leadership in Asian American communities to build neighborhoods and unite against oppression. AAU has worked in Philadelphia’s Asian American communities and in broader multiracial coalitions around quality education, youth leadership, anti-Asian violence, immigrant rights, and folk arts and cultural maintenance. 

SEAMAAC Inc. - Southeast Asian Mutual Associations Coalition, Inc.

1711 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Our mission is to support immigrants, refugees, and their families as they seek access to opportunities, which would advance the condition of their lives in the United States. SEAMAAC continues to bring issues affecting immigrants/refugees to the forefront for policy makers and other health and social service agencies. SEAMAAC currently maintains programs in translation, ESL, job training, youth programs, elderly programs, truancy prevention and health (prenatal care, Hepatitis B, HIV, lead poisoning, tobacco). Annually SEAMAAC serves approximately 1,500 immigrants, refugees and asylees. We reach another 6,000 individuals from the immigrant and refugee communities, through our outreach work and various special events such as community and health fairs throughout the Greater Philadelphia Area. 

The COLOURS Organization, Inc. 

112 N. Broad St. 3rd Floor
 Philadelphia, PA 19102 
(215) 496-0330
The COLOURS Organization, Inc. was established in 1991 to respond to the lack of positive and progressive educational advocacy and support mechanisms for LGBT people of color in the Greater Philadelphia area. COLOURS seeks to accomplish this through a variety of activities aimed at attacking the underpinnings of disempowerment and despair in our community, activities which improve information sharing, enhance self-esteem, and support and develop the talent, beauty, strength and courage of LGBT people of color. 

Philadelphia Black Women's Health Alliance 

First District Plaza
3801 Market Street, Suite 202
Philadelphia, PA 19104 
The Black Women’s Health Alliance (BWHA), established in 1983 as the Philadelphia Black Women’s Health Project, is a private nonprofit community-based organization that defines, promotes, and maintains the physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being of African-American women, women of color and their families.