After seeing CUP’s work with the Brennan Center for Justice and We Have Photoshop on the issue of redistricting, the MinKwon Center for Community Action approached CUP about creating an outreach tool that would help break the issue down for New York’s fast growing and historically underrepresented Asian-American communities.

Working with designer Nikki Chung, the team created a simple fold-out pamphlet that shows why this is a critical time for the Asian-American community to make their voice heard, and provides the information they need to do so.

The tool is being used by the MinKwon Center and other members of Asian American Community Coalition on Redistricting and Democracy (ACCORD), a group of over twelve organizations working to increase meaningful community representation.

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The MinKwon Center for Community Action was established in 1984 to meet the needs and concerns of the Korean American community through five program areas: Community Organizing and Advocacy, Social Services, Civic Participation, Youth, and Culture.

Nikki Chung is the founder and director of Once & Future, a graphic design studio in New York City dedicated to bringing thoughtful visual order to complex information.


  • CUP
  • Project Lead
  • Christine Gaspar
  • Project Support
  • Sam Holleran
  • MinKwon Center for Community Action
  • Advocacy Partner
  • James Hong
  • Sabrina Fong
  • Nikki Chung
  • Designer