Meet our PRP Friendship Walk Partners
The PRP Friendship walk invites our diverse international community to come together in a friendly, healthy, and informal setting under the banner of friendship. We hope you will enjoy learning more about them, and please make sure to join us for the PRP Friendship Walk!
As our founder, James Hubbell always reminds us, “With friends, all things are possible.”
Sunday November 20th
10 am – 1 pm
Shoreline Park, Shelter Island
Taiwanese American Professionals
Fostering community and providing resources and programs that inspire and empower while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese-American identity. Learn More
Japanese American Citizens League
Founded in 1929, the JACL is the oldest and largest Asian American civil rights organization in the United States. The San Diego Chapter was established shortly thereafter in 1932. The JACL monitors and responds to issues that enhance or threaten the civil and human rights of all Americans and implements strategies to effect positive social change, particularly with respect to the Asian Pacific American community. Learn More
Asian Culture & Media Alliance
Asian Culture and Media Alliance, or ACMA was founded in 2013 by Asian American community activist and TV personality Cathlyn Choi. The organization serves to empower these communities through media arts, in a world where AANHPI (Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander) voices are under-represented. Learn More.
Lao American Coalition
The Lao American Coalition is dedicated to advance the Lao American community’s social and economic standing through civic participation and public policy advocacy. Learn More.
United Nations Association of San Diego
The San Diego Chapter (UNA-USA San Diego), established in 1946, promotes engagement with the United Nations by translating its global initiatives into local context. Learn More.
San Diego World AffairsCouncil
SDWAC is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and engaging San Diegans on global issues, foreign policy, international relations, and cross-cultural opportunities and challenges. Learn More.
San Diego-Yokohama Sister City Society
The San Diego-Yokohama Sister City Society was established in 1957 as one of the first sister cities on the west coast. The Society has sponsored numerous exchanges in the field of arts, business, culture, and education between the City of San Diego and the City of Yokohama, Japan. Learn More.
Port of San Diego
Where San Diego Meets The World
The Port of San Diego serves the people of California as a specially created district, balancing multiple uses on 34 miles along San Diego Bay spanning five cities. Learn More.
Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
The Jeju Self-Governing Province is located in the Korean Strait and is one of the seven locations of Pacific Rim Park. Its remote location far from Korea’s mainland left Jeju vulnerable to incursion by the nations of East Asia. This history of conflict has caused the people of Jeju to develop a deep dedication to fostering peace. Learn More.
California-Japan Sister Cities Network
CJSCN provides a network of resources, information, and events for the 100-plus sister city relationships that exist between the state of California and the country of Japan. Learn More.
Office of Global Affairs of the City of San Diego
The Office of Global Affairs works to connect San Diego to the world and advance the City’s priorities around the globe and maintains the International Affairs Board, an advisory board to the Mayor and City Council on international affairs. Learn More.
Above: Volunteers work together to build the second Pacific Rim Park, “Pearl of the Pacific” in San Diego, 1998. PHOTO: Courtesy of Ilan-Lael Foundation