Council of Turkic American Associations (CTAA) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, nonpartisan, non-governmental educational council that promotes Turkic American culture and heritage. CTAA serves as a resource on the Turkic American community with the mere purpose of bringing people together with an interest in the American and Turkic cultures.
CTAA is the largest and most influential Turkic American grassroots organization in the northeast region of the United State of American. Working in coordination with member organizations, and supporters throughout the northeast region and affiliated organizations around the nation, the CTAA aims to ensure that Turkic-Americans continue to keep alive and present the rich heritage of their own values and cultural traditions, and to make sure that are part of whole community.
CTAA is a leading, independent umbrella organization committed to advancing the interaction among American and Turkic people to promote and encourage continuing good relationship and understanding through its affiliate organizations regardless of their ethnic origin, religion and other preferences. To this end, the Council works closely with the United States Congress and the White House on all major issues affecting Turkic Americans.
For more information, go to http://www.turkiccouncil.org.