Advancing Justice - LA thanks the members of the Council, API bar associations, and other partners who provided support for this year’s event:
“Know it All” Sponsors
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Connie Chung Joe & Marlborough School & Friends
As we close out AAPI Heritage Month, we want to continue to uplift our FREE public Bystander Intervention Trainings. Click here to sign up for a FREE public Bystander Intervention Training, or a How to Respond to Anti-Asian Harassment Training.
Our CEO, Connie Chung Joe was recently featured in the Los Angeles Times with her Op-Ed piece with Connie Rice and Stewart Kwoh, titled "Op-Ed: A hate crime law is a start. But it will take much more to make Asian Americans feel safer."
Read the full article here.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles appreciates and celebrates all who volunteer with us in various capacities. In this episode of Connie's Comments, Connie is joined by the Honorable Casimiro Tolentino (Cas), who has been on the board and volunteering his time and services with Advancing Justice - LA since its genesis in 1983 as Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC). As long time friends, our founder and President Emeritus, Stewart Kwoh, also joins Cas in this conversation as they take a trip down memory lane and talk about their hopes for the future for not only Advancing Justice - LA, but all AAPINH communities.
Our mission is to advocate for civil rights, provide legal services and education, and build coalitions to positively influence and impact Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders and to create a more equitable and harmonious society.