KAC has worked tirelessly to promote the civil rights interests of Korean Americans for over 33 years. Our programs work to help our local communities and foster rising generations of business professionals, community advocates, students and civic leaders. The Korean American Coalition has advocated on behalf of the community since our establishment in 1983 and we continue to work on issues concerning civil rights and civic participation.
KAC provides a number of programs to high school and college students to help them cultivate leadership skills, civic awareness, and a strong network to help them accomplish their goals. These programs aim to create a new generation of future community leaders and provide them with valuable experience to prepare them for their futures.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
As one of the twelve Los Angeles County funded community-based dispute resolution programs, the KAC Alternative Dispute Resolution Center (ADR) provides a cost-effective, efficient, and culturally appropriate alternative to resolving disputes involving limited English speaking immigrants.