Daren Mooko and Sefa Aina

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So happy to bring to you a message from our long time homies at the Claremont Colleges, Associate Dean of Students for Student Development and Leadership Daren Mooko and Pomona Director of the Asian… Continue reading

Maiya Grace

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You aren’t even ready for our secret fundraising weapon.

Quincy Surasmith

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Quincy Surasmith is a jack-of-all-trades artist, community organizer, and non-profit communications and social media specialist. He manages communications, social media, and internet broadcasting at Tuesday Night Project.

EXCITING NEWS: $5000 DONATION MATCHING!

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AMAZING NEWS! We are so excited to announce the confirmation of a TN Family Matching Pool! Starting today through midnight on Tuesday, Oct 16, every dollar you donate will be DOUBLED (up to… Continue reading

Connie Lim

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Singer/songwriter Connie Lim shares soulful stories through music and melody. She has long graced the Tuesday Night Cafe stage and would love your help in keeping TN free! Find out why below:

Candace Kita

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Candace connected with Tuesday Night Cafe through the Asian American community at her alma mater, Scripps College. By day, she is now an Administrator for Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre, a site-specific dance company.… Continue reading

Shin Kawasaki

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Did you know that Tuesday Night Cafe is 14 years old?  Shin Kawasaki gets a little zen reflecting on that and then drops his JTSS track: I could’ve raised a 5th grader in… Continue reading

Lindsey Yung

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Lindsey Yung‘s J-Town Summer Sessions track is ready for you to download! Here’s why she supports Tuesday Night Project:

Collin Tateishi

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Collin Tateishi is one of the newest members of TNP.  He currently works at Little Tokyo Service Center assisting in helping with urban development in the community.

Mista Cookie Jar

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Since 2009, TNP has supported us with nothing but love and enthusiasm. My kids, the Chocolate Chips, have gone through many shoe sizes since then. We’ve performed for TNP each season–something we look… Continue reading