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Feb 10, 2021

Advancing Justice-LA's former Litigation Director, Julie Su, was recently announced by the White House as a nominee for the Deputy Director of U.S. Department of Labor. In this month's edition of Connie's Comments we are joined by Vice President of Development and Communications, Aileen Louie, to reflect on and celebrate the impact Julie Su has had on anti-sweatshop labor and human trafficking laws to this day. 

Jan 21, 2021

Yesterday, we breathed a collective sigh of relief and look forward with hope as we witnessed President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris be sworn into office. Our CEO, Connie Chung Joe, reflects on the ways this new administration has already changed the course for so many of our community members. We will continue to hold our leaders accountable in order to achieve a more just and equitable society!

Jan 07, 2021

Happy New Year from Advancing Justice-Los Angeles! We would like to start this year with a giveaway.

Dec 18, 2020

Welcome to the second episode of "Connie's Comments," a VLOG hosted by our CEO Connie Chung Joe. On this Giving Tuesday, please consider supporting our work against anti-Asian hate and discrimination. This year your gift will be applied to our Leadership Matching Challenge, which means that every dollar you contribute up to $75,000 will be doubled to make a critical difference in the life of each person we serve.

Nov 03, 2020
Welcome to the debut episode of "Connie's Comments" a VLOG hosted by our CEO Connie Chung Joe. During this VLOG series, Connie will address issues essential to the well-being of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders, she will be brief and sometimes light.
 
Today is Election Day and one of the most important and historic elections in our lifetime. Connie sends a message of encouragement and hope to the community.
Sep 22, 2020
RBG’s passing has hit me hard. She’s someone I admired for so many reasons. She was a women’s rights champion, an indefatigable litigator who radically changed the way women were treated in the workplace and society at large. She was the second woman to ever serve on the US Supreme Court, where she wrote the majority opinion that prevented women from being excluded from publicly-funded institutions (VMI). More recently as the bench grew more conservative, she increasingly wrote scathing dissenting opinions on Voting Rights (Shelby County) and employment discrimination (Ledbetter) that showed even as the underdog, there is always hope and a pathway for a better future.
Sep 09, 2020

It’s been one month since I joined Asian Americans Advancing Justice — Los Angeles (Advancing Justice-LA) as its new CEO. What an honor, and challenge, it is to lead the nation’s largest legal and civil rights organization for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPI).

Mar 19, 2020

On February 26, 2020, we honored our pro bono attorneys, interns, and other volunteers at our sixth annual Pro Bono Advisory Council Volunteer Awards Mixer, which drew over 75 guests to the offices of LimNexus downtown.

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