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Our unique programs at The Bittermelon focus on providing youth and families of Asian American identities a special space to address the specific needs of our Asian American community. Kids and teens are offered hands-on, peer-to-peer experiential learning opportunities that support building leadership, confidence, empathy and teamwork.   

READ ALL THAT MATTERS TO ASIAN AMERICAN TEENS ON OUR STUDENT-RUN BLOG, WHAT'S UP?   

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About The Bittermelon

Our site is in the process of being improved. Please be patient with us as we continue to develop our platform.

BTW, if youre wondering why we're called the bittermelon, it's because the bittermelon is a special vegetable that is eaten by many Asian American communities. It's something a lot of us can identify with - and also it's fun. Our new logo was designed in house by our veteran student mentor, and we love it!

 

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Save Our Indigenous Forest in Westchester County 

The youth leaders of The Bittermelon proudly stand with the indigenous elders and community leaders who are fighting to protect the sacred land of Buttonhook Forest in Chappaqua, Westchester County, New York - land of the Lenape. We hope the community will stand with us to preserve this land. Contribute to their GoFundMe here. 

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