VYDC is a social and cultural hub for San Francisco's Southeast Asian youth and their families. Throughout the year VYDC gives low-income Southeast Asian youth, who may not otherwise have an opportunity, a chance to participate in fun social and meaningful cultural activities. VYDC events include cultural celebrations, field trips, sports activities, and Friday night hangouts. Our monthly field trips provide cultural enrichment for immigrant and refugee youth, including museums, theatre performances, parks, or movie screenings. Join us for an opportunity to get out of the Tenderloin neighborhood and explore the many diverse social and cultural events San Francisco has to offer.


2 Wed
CAM JAM!: Community Leaders Take Action on Tobacco

VYDC youth will present on their research projects about tobacco issues in their community. One group will present on youth perspectives on menthol and flavor tobacco and another group will present the results from the key informant interviews they conducted on the tobacco litter issue. Come out to CAM JAM!: Community Leaders Take Action on Tobacco The event will be hosted by the San Francisco Tobacco Free Coalition on May 2nd, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00 at the African American Art & Culture Complex (762 Fulton Street San Francisco, CA 94102). This event is free and open to the public and will feature a raffle.

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