AAPI Racial Equity

The Coronavirus Resource Guide for seniors in Westchester County, developed by the Center for Aging in Place.

Rally for Asian Victims of Violence

Poem for Asian Victims of Violence Rally

A reading list to understand anti-Asian racism in America

A reading list to understand anti-Asian racism in America

Tamlyn Tomita

Tamlyn Tomita gives voice to Asian American history and culture

Protests Across US Call for End to Anti-Asian Violence

Protests Across US Call for End to Anti-Asian Violence Mar.21, 2021


County Executive’s Press Conference on Support of Asian American Community

On March 12, 2020, County Executive George Latimer held a press conference outside a local Chinese restaurant, O Mandarin, to show the county’s support for the Asian American community and small businesses. Grace Pan, President of OCA-WHV, and Li Lin, Immediate Past President, joined the conference representing the Asian American community.
Grace Pan thanked the County Executive for his strong support for the Asian American community and local businesses. Li Lin pointed out that, as we cherish the diversity and appreciate the inclusiveness our community offers, as an Asian American advocacy organization, we do not tolerate and will condemn any biased remarks that could spark anti-Asian sentiment, lead to stereotyping of Asian Americans, or cause discrimination towards Asian Americans.

Programs & Activities

The Coronavirus Resource Guide for seniors in Westchester County, developed by the Center for Aging in Place.

Hudson River Museum

2020 Luna New Year @ Hudson River Museum

yoca@hxgny

YOCAA @ 2019 HXHNY

Asian Heritage Festival

2019 Asian Heritage Festival

Rising Star Concert

2019 Rising Star Concert

Meet the Candidates Forum

Meet the Candidates Forum 2017 2019

Annual Gala events

Annual Gala events (code: gala)

Voter Registrations

Voter Registration

OCA National Programs

OCA Ntional Programs

APA Youth Advocate: High School Student Leadership Training

APA Youth Advocate
High School Student Leadership Training



OCA Westchester & Hudson Valley Chapter

Embracing the Hopes and Aspirations of Asian Pacific Americans Founded in 1973, the OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan, membership-driven advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C. We are dedicated to advocating for the rights of Asian and Pacific Americans.

OCA seeks to:

* Advocate for social justice, equal opportunity and fair treatment;

* Promote civic participation, education, and leadership;

* Advance coalition and community building; and

* Foster cultural heritage

OCA-Westchester & Hudson Valley Advocates (OCA-WHV) is one of its most actively involved chapters among the 100 chapters and affiliates across the United States. We strive to develop leadership, community involvement, and civil participation for all APIAs.

Visit OCA headquarters for more information.