Annette Wong

Annette Wong is the Managing Director of Programs at Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA) where she oversees community initiatives that support marginalized and limited-English proficient Chinese immigrant community members to be community and civic leaders, while also meeting everyday direct service needs. Annette has been involved in the immigrant rights movement for over 15 years, working on immigration at the intersections, including language access, economic justice, and immigrant voting. Annette holds a BA in Sociology, and an MA in Urban Economic Development.
Annette Wong


Xenophobia, Resistance, and the Future of the Immigrant Rights Movement
Please note, on April 27, a film team will record the ‘Xenophobia, Resistance, and the Future of the Immigrant Rights Movement’ as part of an independent documentary film being produced by Don’t Call it Content, LLC. If you do not wish to be included in the footage, please let the conference organizers know. Our panel discussion will feature immigrant rights advocates from Mexican, Latino, Vietnamese, Jamaican and Chinese migrant communities who have been instrumental in organizing for the rights of immigrants and refugees in the United States. Through short presentations, we’ll share lessons...