NYAWC Marks 35th Anniversary By Revealing Transformative Brand Identity, Virtual Reality Film & Expanded Services.


The New York Asian Women’s Center is a leader in providing innovative and award-winning multilingual and culturally responsive services to survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual violence and elder abuse. For 35 years, it has helped Asian women and their children rise above trauma and build a path to healing through counseling, safe and confidential emergency housing, immigration and legal services, economic empowerment programs and so much more.

NYAWC representatives will make major announcements about the organization’s remodeled brand, expanded advocacy efforts and a virtual reality short film, produced by Facebook and Oculus, which will have its public premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, this month. They will also announce the opening of a brand new community office in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, where they will be providing their innovative services to more women, children and families in need.

One-on-one interviews, photo opportunities and video clips will be provided upon request at this invitation-only press conference. Media RSVP is mandatory. You must present valid photo ID to building security.

New York Asian Women’s Center (NYAWC) Media luncheon featuring Larry Lee (Executive Director), Karen Elizaga (Board Chair), Benjamin Ross (Film Director), Queen V (Indie Rock Artist) and Brittany (South Asian survivor of sexual violence and subject of short film) is planned for Tuesday, January 24, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Kirkland & Ellis Law Firm, 601 Lexington Avenue, 50th floor (between 53rd and 54th Streets in Manhattan).

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