JACL Weekly Digest

 
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Weekly Digest: January 22

Supreme Court Allows Transgender Military Ban to Go Forward Supreme Court Takes No Action on DACA JACL Marches for Women’s Rights JACL Announces the Opening of a Multimedia Exhibit on Wartime Incarceration Toshizo Watanabe Study Abroad Scholarship Program National JACL Announces 2019 Scholarship Program Seattle JACL Announces Scholarship Opportunities Kaiser…

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Weekly Digest: January 2

In this week’s Digest: JACL Wishes You a Happy New Year! JACL Concerned by Spike in Southeast Asian Deportations JACL Announces the Opening of a Multimedia Exhibit on Wartime Incarceration Updates from the December, 2018 Kakehashi trip National JACL Announces 2019 Scholarship Program Join the National Youth/Student Council JACL Is…

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Digest: November 27

In this week’s Digest: Giving Tuesday is TODAY JACL Opposes the Nomination of Kathy Kraninger to Lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau JACL Condemns Proposed Changes to Public Charge Definition Tell DHS Not to Limit Immigrant Access to Health Care and Services! National JACL Announces 2019 Scholarship Program And Then…

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Digest: November 20

In this week’s Digest: Happy Thanksgiving and Giving Tuesday Federal Judge Blocks Asylum Ban House of Representatives Passes Rep. Hanabusa’s Bill to Establish Historic Sites in Hawaii The Cultural Landscape Foundation Highlights Preservation of Japanese American Confinement Sites JACL Condemns Proposed Changes to Public Charge Definition Tell DHS Not to…

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Digest: November 13

In this week’s Digest: Today from National: 2017 National Hate Crime Statistics Released President Seeks to Curtail Asylum Seekers JACL Condemns Proposed Changes to Public Charge Definition Tell DHS Not to Limit Immigrant Access to Health Care and Services! JACL DC Chapter Joins JAVA to Honor Veterans National Park Service…

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