Asian Americans Advancing Justice and the 56 undersigned organizations representing Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, we write to express our strong support for the confirmation of Julie Su to serve as the next U.S. Secretary of Labor.
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Asian American voters see improved language access at the polls on Election Day
Every vote matters. This is especially true during competitive elections like the April 4th run-off in Chicago. Leading up to Election Day, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago and our partner organizations have been hard at work to ensure that this and future elections are accessible to all. On Election Day, Advancing Justice | Chicago dispatched a team of staff and volunteer poll watchers to 107 precincts and eight vote centers in Chicago.
Fourth Nonpartisan Mayoral Candidate Forum
Hundreds of Asian American community members gathered on February 6, 2023 at the fourth nonpartisan Mayoral Candidate Forum at the Chicago History Museum hosted by the Pan Asian Voter Empowerment (PAVE) Coalition and Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice Denounces Congress’ Failure to Reach a DACA Deal
As the end of the year approaches, Congress has failed to come to a deal on citizenship for immigrant youth, Temporary Protected Status recipients, and other immigrants. While DACA hangs on by a thread, this failure further threatens the future of undocumented youth and their families in the country they call home.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice Condemn the Removal of Family-Sponsored Immigration Reform in Budget Deal
Asian Americans Advancing Justice Condemn the Removal of Family-Sponsored Immigration Reform in Budget Deal. Anti-Immigrant Lawmakers Once Again Block Crucial, Common-Sense Reforms and Legislation. A budget deal was published that failed to include crucial, immigration-related provisions.