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Help Hyphen Raise Funds for Our Health Issue. We need $10,000 by December 31, donate to the Indiegogo campaign today.

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Did you know that Hyphen’s a nonprofit? Currently produced by an all-volunteer staff? Since we borrow office space and don’t get paid, all donations go toward the production of the magazine and the various events we put on to promote the magazine. 

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*As part of Asian Americans for Civil Rights and Equality (AACRE), Hyphen is fiscally sponsored by Chinese for Affirmative Action, the nonprofit that houses the AACRE network. AACRE connects communities, ideas, and action to inspire a collective movement for positive change. Contributions made through CAA and the AACRE network are tax-deductible. Any amount is deeply appreciated.

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