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Asian Americans Advancing Justice Condemns Move to Nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to The U.S. Supreme Court Before the Election
Our rights, our lives, and our democracy are at stake in the nomination of the next Justice for the U.S. Supreme Court. To appoint someone who could potentially spend the next 30 years on the court, Congress should take more than 30 days to vet and confirm a potential Supreme Court Justice.Read More
Asian American Civil Rights Groups Denounce Attempts at Dismantling Affirmative Action
Attacks on race-conscious admissions policies are dangerous and harm equal opportunity for all. The case against Harvard used Asian Americans as a wedge against other students of color, when Asian American students benefit from affirmative action and race-conscious admissions policies. We still need affirmative action. The reality is that race continues to unfairly limit educational opportunities for all students of color.Read More
Advancing Justice Statement on Appointment of Tony Pham as ICE Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington, DC — Asian Americans Advancing Justice, an affiliation of five independent Asian American civil rights organizations, issues the following statement today. “On August 25, ICE announced that Tony Pham, a Vietnamese refugee, will be its next Acting Director. As lawyers, advocates, and members of immigrant and refugee communities, we have witnessed… Read more »Read More
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"We understand that language barriers affect our community’s ability to access the services that we need. We believe that our language ability should not be viewed as a flaw but a strength."
— Zubeda, I Speak Power leader