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हम जमीनी नेताओ का विकास काइनेटिक, आई स्पीक पावर और ए जस्ट ची जैसे आधार निर्माण के कार्यक्रमों से करते हे.
हम गठबंधनों में हमारे नेतृत्व के माध्यम से समुदायों से जुड़ते हे.
हम हमारे नगगरिक अनुबंध प्रयासों से नस्लीय समानिधिकृत हिस्सेदारी को बढ़ाते हे और मजबूत करते हे
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ABC7’s Our Chicago: Voices of the Community
Our Director of Organizing Grace Pai had the opportunity to participate in ABC7’s town hall series, Our Chicago: Voices of the Community. She discussed with fellow female community members the impact of Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris’ historic win, and what we hope she can do for immigrant communities and communities of color.Read More
As COVID-19 Cases Surge, Nonprofit Organizations Launch Local Bystander Intervention Trainings to Combat Anti-Asian Harassment
Contact: Megan Singson firstname.lastname@example.org 630-334-4045 CHICAGO — November 19, 2020 — As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the country, the Asian American community is bracing itself for more racist harassment and attacks. For months, the Trump administration and other politicians have consistently blamed China for the COVID-19 pandemic and used xenophobic terms like “Chinese… Read more »Read More
Asian Americans Advancing Justice Reacts To Historic Biden/Harris Win
Asian Americans Advancing Justice is committed to empowering Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to participate in our democracy and making sure our voices are heard at all levels of government. It is clear that the people have spoken: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are the next leaders of our country. Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders turned out to have their voices heard, and in the process helped elect the first vice president of Black and South Asian descent. This is an historic moment.Read More
From Our Leaders
"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