17th District Rep. Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz joins the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute for a virtual conversation about her nationally recognized effort to make Illinois the first state to require Asian American history be taught in public schools.
Join us for a town hall webinar to take action on anti-Asian bias and be allies outside of our own community! 3AF's objective is to share key initiatives the Asian American marketing and advertising industry is driving to tackle the anti-Asian bias impacting the community and highlight how you can get involved.
APAICS in Conversation is an exciting weekly series of virtual fireside chats to learn and hear from leading AAPIs in their field. Each teleconference is approximately 30 minutes and includes a Q&A session with the participants.
In honor of Filipino American History Month, the Filipino American Lawyers Association of Chicago and the Loyola University Chicago School of Law's Asian Pacific American Law Students Association present:
For centuries, Filipino people have fought for their rights to a Philippines that is nationally liberated & sovereign. Join us as we remember & honor Filipino resistance and support the struggle being fought today!
On September 20th, 2019, Malaya Chicago-Midwest will convene in front of the Philippine Consulate to demand an end to the human rights violations, killings, and de-facto martial law throughout the Philippines. We invite all to attend.
The Japanese government’s “Walk in U.S., Talk on Japan” program started in 2014. A delegation, led by former Japanese ambassadors or other public figures, visits various regions throughout the United States as a form of grassroots exchange.
This revealing, politically hair-raising documentary portrait makes it clear that, at the age of 90, the vain, shoe-loving former first lady of the Philippines still has a firm grip on power behind the scenes as she maneuvers to catapult her son Ferdinand Jr., aka Bongbong, to the nation’s presidency.
Next week is our candidate forum for IL Senate District 1 & IL House District 2. As one candidate from each of these elections will represent us in the Illinois General Assembly, it is crucial for our community members to understand their roles and make informed votes.
SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza will provide special remarks and updates for the AAPI community in light of AAPI Heritage Month. The Administrator‚ remarks will be followed by a panel discussion on ‚ÄúDoing Business with the Federal Government‚Äù. Learn how to find and win contracts with the federal government. Hear from AAPI entrepreneurs and business owners on how they have successfully navigated the federal government procurement process.
Hear updates and remarks from the U.S. Department of Labor. Special remarks will be followed by a panel discussion on Advancing AAPIs in the Federal Government. The panel will discuss on the progress we have seen in AAPIs moving up leadership ranks in the federal government, talk about recruitment and building the pipeline, as well as career development. Hear from AAGEN and FAPAC as they discuss resources and opportunities through each of their programs.
In this talk hosted by the American Writers Museum, author C Pam Zhang presents her much-talked-about debut novel How Much of These Hills Is Gold. Named one of the most anticipated books of 2020, this is an electric debut set against the twilight of the American gold rush featuring two siblings on the run in an unforgiving landscape‚Äîtrying not just to survive but to find a home.
Gold House, in partnership with the 2020 Census, Facebook, and Comcast NBCUniversal, cordially invites you to “Shaping Tomorrow’s Economy & Politics,” a virtual town hall. Join Asian and AAPI champions Amrita Ahuja, Andrew Yang, Betty Liu, Jose Antonio Vargas, and Tim Wang, for an in-depth conversation on how the AAPI community can shape the economy and politics coming out of COVID-19, moderated by MSNBC & NBC News Anchor, Richard Lui.
Join us virtually on Saturday, June 27th at 3 PM ET alongside the Biden and Trump campaigns and learn more about how each will address important issues such as healthcare, education, the economy, and gun control in a future presidency.