Join us at the Terrace on the Park on Thursday, October 13th, 2016 in celebration of our Two Decades of Seeding Grassroots

KACE's annual gala brings together active leaders and supporters of the Korean American community's civic engagement. The KACE Annual Gala is a celebration of the individuals and organizations that support KACE's commitment to empowering our community through civic education, grassroots organization, and leadership by example since 1996.

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2016 Gala Chair Youngsoo Choi, Esq.

History & Mission of KACE

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Established in 1996, Korean American Civic Empowerment (KACE) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization devoted to mobilizing the Korean American community to take actions locally and nationally.

KACE is committed to empowering the Korean American community in the greater New York area and across the nation by promoting a higher citizenship and more active civic engagement: more specifically, by advocating voting rights for Korean Americans; educating the Korean American voters; developing future community leaders; strengthening the tie between the U.S. and Korea; and addressing issues of our community to the federal, state, and local governments.

first-time Korean American voters have been registered with the assistance of KACE since 1996
members of the U.S. Congress, on average every year, engaged by KACE on Korean American issues.
grassroots activists from 20 states attended the 2016 Korean American Grassroots Conference (KAGC)
college students from across the nation in the 2016 KAGC U

KACE Program Highlights

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