The Korean-American Coalition (KAC) is a non-profit, non-partisan, community advocacy organization. Our mission is to facilitate the Korean-American community’s participation in civic, legislative, and community affairs, encouraging the community to contribute to and become an integral part of American society.
The KAC Atlanta chapter is proud to provide you with current online updates to keep you informed about recent and future KAC events, as well any news relevant to the Asian-American community. Please feel free to comment or contact us with any suggestions for how we may better serve you and the metro Atlanta community.
The Korean American Coalition was founded in 1983 in Los Angeles, California, as a nonprofit service, education and advocacy organization that facilitates the Korean-American community’s participation in Civic, Legislative, and Community affairs. Today KAC has grown into a national organization with membership chapter in several cities along the East & West Coasts with additional affiliate organizations. With a constantly growing base of members and volunteers, KAC strives to provide a variety of services to the growing Korean-American communities across the nation.
In April 2003, the Atlanta chapter of the Korean American Coalition began operating to serve the interest of the local Korean-American community in Greater Atlanta. Our goal is to work with other chapters across the United States to better serve the ongoing needs of our respective communities.
Please visit the News and Community Events page for updates about KAC Atlanta’s monthly events. Additionally, we will regularly post relevant information about other Asian-American community events taking place in and around metro Atlanta.
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