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Asian American Performers Action Coalition (AAPAC)

Brooklyn, NY

The mission of AAPAC (ASIAN AMERICAN PERFORMERS ACTION COALITION) is to expand the perception of Asian American performers in order to increase their access to and representation on New York City’s stages.

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