Upcoming Events

Dec 06, 2023 2:30 PM-5:00 PM

    We Are Americans

    On Wednesday, December 6 at 2:30pm, the 1882 Foundation will be commemorating the 80th Anniversary of the Repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act and the 125th Anniversary of the Supreme...
    Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Building,
    10 First Street SE
    Washington, DC 20003 United States

    Past Events

    Nov 09, 2023

    "Big Fight in Little Chinatown" Community Film Screening

    Join us for a free community film screening of Big Fight in Little Chinatown, a feature documentary by director Karen Cho. Big Fight in Little Chinatown is a story of...
    Nov 05, 2023

    Talk Story! Breaking Down the Great Wall Between Adult Child and Immigrant Parents

    There is an universal struggle many of us face in our relationships with our parents: the pursuit of their approval, the weight of their expectations, and the burden of unspoken...
    Oct 05, 2023

    Chinese American Women in History Conference 2023

    SAVE THE DATE: “Locating Kinship Across Space and Time” October 5-7, 2023 Washington DC and virtual The 1882 Foundation is excited to announce the second Chinese American Women in History...
    Oct 01, 2023

    Finding My Identity as a Vietnamese-born Chinese American – Amy Trang, PhD, 1882 Foundation

    Following the theme of this year's Chinese American Women in History Conference, 1882 Foundation senior team member, Dr. Amy Trang will share her story of "locating kinship across space and...
    Aug 26, 2023

    Behind the Washington CYC: The Club Guiding DC’s Asian Youth since 1939

    Since the 1900s, the Washington Chinese Youth Club (CYC) has created a safe space for Asian youth in the DMV area to express themselves through athletics and other various activities....
    Jul 30, 2023

    Blurring the Color Line: A Dialogue on Cross-Racial Kinship and Tensions

    Where did the Chinese sit on the bus during Jim Crow segregation? Join us for a conversation with film director Dr. Crystal Kwok and her cousin LeAnna Morgan, who address...