THE MISSION STATEMENT
The AANC is an Official NGO of the United States Government, a public-private partnership, along with being a bona fide national advocacy organization for the past twenty-three (23) years.
The Asian-American National Committee, Inc. (AANC) is a national non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) federal tax-exempt organization, functioning as a: national educational, healthcare, business and legal services, political, privacy/civil rights, and advocacy organization.
The AANC is leading and empowering the Asian-American Civil Rights Movement along with our various elected, civic, business, and community leaders, national and international organizations, and corporate partners.
Our AANC national office has been duly authorized by the United States federal and state governments to represent all Asian Americans, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, and others, along with minority small and medium-sized businesses throughout the United States and abroad, for the past 21 years. We are also an official NGO of the United States government.
Moreover, we have been collaborating and partnering with many well-known federal agencies, elected, business and community leaders, organizations, companies, and corporations, nationally and internationally, in international trades, foreign direct investments, supply chain, economic and business development, social justice, economic justice, economic stressors, health justice, and various related matters.
Recently, the AANC in collaboration and partnership with others has also been focusing in economic and business development in throughout Asia. Along with providing programs and services in bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain.
"The Asian-American National Committee, Inc., (AANC), is leading the Asian-American Civil Rights Movement and is steadfastly committed to lead, secure, advocate, promote, improve, empower, and to advance: economic and business opportunities, economic justice, health justice, human and labor trafficking, federal and state contracting, educational and academic excellence, scientific and technological innovative achievements, quality, cost-effective and accessible healthcare, affordable housing, compassionate social, business and legal services, "obedience to the unenforceable," individual rights/liberties and self-actualization, free enterprise, sage immigration and ballot/voting reforms, judicious legal rights, privacy rights, civil rights, and others; including, equal protections and equal opportunities, for all Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders (AAPI), Native Americans, and others, in the corporate and government sectors, in education, housing, employment and contracting, in the administrative agencies, and in the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of the federal and state governments, as inherently reflected, resonated, and promulgated in the American Civil Rights Vision, the American Creed, the Bill of Rights, and in the Constitution of the United States of America; all the while the AANC is proactively pursuing in “achieving unity and Americanism through cultural diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, freedom, and equal opportunity for all.”