누구 (Who): 정의를 발전시키는 아시안계 미국인들 | 시카고 or 아시안아메리칸어드벤싱저스티스 | 시카고 무엇 (What): 아시안아메리칸어드벤싱져스티스 | 시카고는 인종평등을 이루기 위해 집단적 지지와 단결을 통해 조직적 힘을 키웁니다. 어떻게 (How): 우리는 풀뿌리 리더들을 발전시키고, 연합을 통해 지역사회 공동체들을 연결하고, 아시안계 미국인들의 투표 참여를 북돋고 캠페인을 실천함으로써 이를 실행합니다.
우리는 ‘키네틱,’ ‘아이 스피크 파워,’ 그리고 ‘어 저스트 샤이’ 같은 프로그램들을 통해 뿔푸리 리더들을 키웁니다.
우리는 연합내 연합 내 리더쉽을 통해 지역사회공동체들을 연결합니다.
우리는 투표, 공동체 키우기 등 다양한 주민 참여 활동을 통해 인종평등을 위해 힘을 키우고 참여합니다.
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