Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles
Once freed from the apartment, the workers were taken by the U. Advancing Justice - LA has worked with other immigrant rights organizations to demand fair and humane immigration legislation. The General Election in Orange County offered a comprehensive look at Asian American participation in California's gubernatorial election , including Asian American voter registration and turnout, support for candidates and ballot measures, views on immigration reform and use of bilingual voter assistance. Retrieved from " https: Uvawas , on behalf of 80 Thai garment workers who had been trafficked into the United States, held illegally, and forced to work behind barbed wire and under armed guard in an apartment complex in El Monte, California. Family Unity and the Immigration Backlogs".
Asian Pacific American Legal Center Of Southern California
University of Texas at Austin , Advancing Justice - LA submitted a brief supporting the University of Texas in preserving the use of affirmative action in admissions, saying Asian students "benefited from exposure to a diverse student body. Advancing Justice - LA has worked with other immigrant rights organizations to demand fair and humane immigration legislation. Archived from the original PDF on Retrieved 20 April The get-out-the-vote effort for both the June primary and November Presidential elections proved to be highly successful, reaching 12, voters in June and 15, voters in November.
Asian Pacific American
Description: Retrieved from " https: In , Advancing Justice - LA released a number of demographic reports. Through their poll monitoring efforts, Advancing Justice - LA and its volunteers enforce the Voting Rights Act , which protects limited English proficient voters at the polls and allows many of them to access translated voting materials or to use interpreters. Lessons Learned from Recent Catastrophic Events and Their Relevance to Latino and Asian Communities in Southern California , which found that immigrant and limited English proficient communities are not fully incorporated in disaster preparedness educational efforts and emergency response plans, and provides recommendations to personnel and government officials in better prepare immigrant communities in major disasters.