This APAAROC P.I.E. Photography Project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by the Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester.
Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester
RIT Diversity & Inclusion Office
Rochester Japanese Association
Vietnamese Community of Rochester
Susan Q. Chodorow
Ronna and George Treier
Any civic or social endeavor that bring communities together requires human capital and financial resources to facilitate any program or event planning and implementation. APAA is deeply grateful to both individuals, businesses and organizations that encourage, support and partner with us to enable and empower the right people with a shared passion to pursue a cause -- that is simply to enrich, enhance and enjoy the multicultures in the communities where we live and work.
If, we are to live in such rich multicultures, we must make it a priority to teach our children, their children and their children's children about their heritage so that it will live on even when we are long gone.
A simple thanks is not enough for the inspiration and encouragement that the following individuals and groups have shown, through their financial support -- of why it is so important for us to remember where we came from, how we achieved our successes today; and more importantly, to pave an easier and smoother path for others to follow.
Thank you, sponsors and contributors!