Weekly Digest: March 24, 2020

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ANNOUNCEMENT: NATIONAL JACL NON-FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE EXTENDED

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Asian People Are Not a Disease

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COVID-19: Cancelled and Postponed Events

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Weekly Digest: March 10, 2020

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The Japanese American Citizens League is a national organization whose mission is to secure and safeguard the civil and human rights of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans and all communities who are affected by injustice and bigotry. The leaders and members of the JACL also work to promote and preserve the heritage and legacy of the Japanese American Community.
Weekly Digest: March 24, 2020
 
Weekly Digest: March 24, 2020
Honoring Greg Marutani COVID-19 and JACL operations and programming COVID-19: JACL Statements and Cancellations in the Community Asian People Are Not a Disease JACL joins the #WashtheHate Campaign Announcing Applications for 2020-2022 JACL National Board Positions and Convention Documents JACL National Scholarship Program: Non-Freshman Deadline Extended! ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN MEDIA COALITION HERALDS TWO NEW CABLE NETWORK SERIES…
ANNOUNCEMENT: NATIONAL JACL NON-FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE EXTENDED
 
ANNOUNCEMENT: NATIONAL JACL NON-FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE EXTENDED
SAN FRANCISCO — JACL recognizes that COVID-19 has disrupted our everyday lives, and the impact has also been felt by students.  Colleges have closed, instruction has gone online, and students have moved home.  With decreased access to student services, such as obtaining their transcripts, students have faced challenges in securing required documents for their scholarship applications.…
Asian People Are Not a Disease
 
Asian People Are Not a Disease
March 20, 2020 For Immediate Release David Inoue, Executive Director dinoue@jacl.org, 202-223-1240Sarah Baker, VP Public Affairs sbaker@jacl.org As terms like “Chinese Virus”, “Wuhan Virus”, and “Kung Flu” are increasingly used by the President and other leaders in our country, so do we see the increase of racially-based hate crimes and xenophobia against people of Asian descent. While…
COVID-19: Cancelled and Postponed Events
 
COVID-19: Cancelled and Postponed Events
This is a challenging time for us all as a nation as we all seek to do our part to reduce the impact of COVID-19. We must all do our part to keep safe those who might be more vulnerable. Because of the directives from local public health departments and governments, JACL staff are now…
Weekly Digest: March 10, 2020
 
Weekly Digest: March 10, 2020
COVID-19: JACL Statements and Cancellations in the Community American Psychological Association Awards Dr. Satsuki Ina with APA Presidential Citation Tsuru for Solidarity Washington, D.C. Fold-In Japanese American Memorial Pilgrimages’ New Zine, “Community” Registration is Now Open! 2020 JACL National Convention June 24-28 Call to Action – Save Funding for the JACS Grant! Tsuru for Solidarity National…
Kakehashi Participants Return to Discrimination from Schools and Employers
 
Kakehashi Participants Return to Discrimination from Schools and Employers
March 9, 2020 For Immediate Release David Inoue (MPH), Executive Director dinoue@jacl.org, 202-223-1240Sarah Baker, VP Public Affairs sbaker@jacl.org Last week, 68 Japanese American college students, young adults and chaperones returned from JACL’s Kakehashi program, a 10 day cultural exchange trip to Japan. Unfortunately for some, they have not been warmly welcomed back to their schools and jobs. …

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