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Easter Eggs: FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS

Disney Christmas Advert 2020 - Filipino things you might have missed while you were crying, from household items to minor audible things.
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My E Three Raises the Filipino Flag High

Recently, My E Three Co-founders Michele and Andy Rivera were recognized by the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in celebration of Filipino American History Month. They were among six Filipino businesses recognized throughout the U.S.
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Aurora Austriaco Serves in the Racial Justice Diversity Committee

The 2020 recipient of the Cook County State’s Attorney Foxx’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Community Leadership Awards Ms. Aurora Austriaco, has been appointed to serve on the Racial Justice Diversity Committee by Chief Judge Rebecca R. Pallmeyer in the Northern District of Illinois.
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Toyota Helps Asian American Pacific Islander Communities to Withstand COVID-19 Crisis

The Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) heeded the Asian American-Pacific Islander (AAPI) entrepreneurs and helped them sustain their businesses by supporting various initiatives together with its Pan-Asian nonprofit partners.
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CAN Solidarity Statement

Chicago Asian Network strongly condemns the police brutality that led to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. These three people were struck down for being members of the black community; an affront to the ideals that the United States of America stands for—freedom, equality, and justice. 
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Dawn of a New Decade: Asian Americans as Influencers

The recent Nielsen webinar, Engaging Asian American Consumers at the Dawn of a New Decade, looked into interesting and valuable data on why Asian Americans matter to marketers now.
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COVID-19 Resources/Reference Guide

Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago put COVID-19 resources together to keep our communities up to date on the information and resources available about this pandemic.
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Chinatown Remembers the Legendary Helen Moy “Tomatoes”

She was part of various civic organizations, including serving as President of the Chinese American Civic Council (CACC), the Chicago Chinese Women’s League, and the Girl Scouts.