Advancing Justice Conference

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice, the Advancing Justice Conference is the largest national conference focusing on civil rights and social justice issues as they affect Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Asian Americans Advancing Justice began the conference nine years ago to provide a forum where the AAPI community and our allies can strategize and mobilize to make lasting impact on the issues we care about. Register for the next Advancing Justice Conference, April 11-13, 2018 in Washington, D.C.

Advancing Justice Conference

Learning Together

The next Advancing Justice Conference will be April 11-13, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Washington in Washington, D.C. 

The conference brings together Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders from across the U.S. to address issues facing these fast growing communities. It serves as a unique forum where stakeholders can learn from other community experts, discuss common challenges and opportunities, share best practices and find ways to work collaboratively. Conference attendees participate in two days of programming, including panel discussions, caucus sessions, skills and capacity building trainings and networking receptions.

Register here and make your hotel reservations.

See the full schedule.

Contact Conference Coordinator Jessica Hamlett for questions.

The 2014 Advancing Justice Conference was held in Washington, D.C. on September 25-26 and drew 500 activists to the nation’s capital for two-days of programming. See a summary of the event via Storify and photos from the 2014 Advancing Justice Conference.

Advancing Justice | LA hosted the 2016 Advancing Justice Conference in Los Angeles, drawing nearly 900 Asian American and Pacific Islander attendees and participants.

Thank you, sponsors!

Our conference is made possible through support from our generous sponsors. 

Premier
The Wallace H. Coulter Foundation 
 
Silver
Comcast NBCUniversal
State Farm

Copper
Nielsen
The Walt Disney Company
Google

Pewter
Verizon
JPMorgan Chase