Georgia Immigrant Alliance for Civic Empowerment

There must be, not a balance of power, but a community of power; not organized rivalries, but an organized peace.” — Woodrow Wilson

Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta believes in the power of community organizing and in the positive changes that result when groups and individuals mobilize around issues that impact us all. Advancing Justice - Atlanta strives to build not only consensus within our diverse Asian American communities but also with other interest groups.

Thus in 2016, Advancing Justice - Atlanta and CPACS convened the Georgia Immigrant Alliance for Civic Empowerment (GIACE), a coalition of immigrant and people of color groups.
In 2017, the Georgia Immigrant Alliance for Civic Empowerment (GIACE) work continued with 26 immigrant and people of color groups.

• Bhutanese Community Association of Georgia dba Bhutanese Artists of Georgia
• Eritrean American Community Association of Georgia
Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda
Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials
Georgia Muslim Voter Project
Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta
My Sister's Keeper Foundation for Women
• My Vote Matters
• National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (Clayton County)
New American Pathways
United Vietnamese American Community of Georgia
Vietnamese American Bar Association of Georgia
Vietnamese American Community of GA
Women Watch Afrika
Xi Kappa Asian Interest Fraternity Inc.
• Asians and Friends
Upsilon Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Chinese Community Federation of Atlanta
UGA Alumnae Chapter of Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
Guyana Association of Georgia
Immigrant Hope
Korean American Coalition Metro Atlanta
Makabayan Georgia, Inc.
Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Incorporated at Georgia State University
Thai Association of Georgia
Taiwanese American Professional- Atlanta Chapter