Community Partners

A heart-felt thank you to all the non-profit and community organizations below who have supported us by co-sponsoring our various projects and events!

Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS)
Boat People SOS
Chinese American Museum of Los Angeles
Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
Common Ground
Courage to Rebuild
CSUF Center for Oral and Public History
Delhi Community Center
Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network
Go For Broke National Education Center
Hanashi Oral History Program
Horizon Cross Cultural Center
Institute of Vietnamese Studies
Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP)
Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)
Project MotiVATe
Shakespeare Orange County
South Coast Repertory Theatre
UCI Asian Pacific Student Association
UCI Department of Asian American Studies
UCI Department of History
UCI Humanities Commons
UCI Illuminations: The Chancellor’s Arts & Culture Initiative
UCI Libraries Orange County & Southeast Asian Archive Center
UCI Libraries Southeast Asian Archive
UCI Southeast Asian Retention through Creating Hxstory (SEARCH)
UCI Southeast Asian Student Association
UCI School of Humanities
UCI Vietnamese American Coalition
UCI Vietnamese American Community Ambassadors—a UCI alumni chapter
UCI Vietnamese Student Association
UCLA Asian American Studies Center
UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Vietnamese American Arts & Letters Association (VAALA)
Vietnamese American Cancer Foundation
Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce
Vietnamese American Heritage Foundation
Vietnamese in Philanthropy (VIP-AAPIP)




CrossRoads playwright Qui Nguyen visited UC Irvine during his August 2014 residency to tour the Southeast Asian Archive and to learn more about Viet Stories. Pictured (left to right): Linda Trinh Vo (Founding Director for Viet Stories and Professor in the Department of Asian American Studies), Christina Woo (Research Librarian for Chicano/Latino Studies, Linguistics, Women Studies, and Athletics), Tram Le (Associate Director for Viet Stories), playwright Qui Nguyen, and Thuy Vo Dang (Archivist for the Orange County & Southeast Asian Archive Center).