Promoting productive and constructive intercultural dialogue, the CSUN China Institute aims to improve Sino-American relations and foster mutual cultural understanding. Lecture series, cultural exhibitions, student exchanges, and publication programs all serve to substantiate the Institute's objective of racial equity and mutual reconciliation for historical injustices.
Rally in the Valley is an annual robotic event hosted by a group of educators on CSUN campus, targeting socioeconomically or ethnically disadvantaged students in conjunction with students affilated with nonprofit organizations.
Lead with Purpose Foundation's Bridging the Gap project aims to diminish discontinuities and incongruities between Chinese and American cultural values via educational initiatives and community activites.
CHEER has recently become a community partner with United Chinese Americans (UCA)'s Next Generation Programs. CHEER administrators and students participate regularly in UCA's summer youth leader program, which features invaluable opportunities for lessons from prestigious civic leaders, educators, and entrepreneurs.
CHEER has been a community partner of SVSY since June 2021. CHEER plans to collaborate with future activities on student interviews, parents discussion panel and science summer camps.
The Yellow Whistle is an AAPI empowerment program aimed at combating and minimizing the effects of xenophobia against communities of color. Encouraging civil engagement, the Yellow Whistle promotes anti-racism and a sense of mutual belonging for individuals of all ethnic, gender, and socioeconomic affiliations.