Ren Li President of Cornerstone Education, and UCA IL board member and coordinator for youth development is spearheading COVID-19 relief effort

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Ren Li President of Cornerstone Education, and UCA IL board member and coordinator for youth development is spearheading COVID-19 relief effort with the support of State representative Theresa Mah. 10,000 masks and 200 eyeshielf arrived in Chicago after 4 days and will be donated to Chicago Rush hospital. More supplies are to be arrived and to be donated to  Aunt Martha's clinic serving low income families, Mercy Hospital, and University of Chicago hospitals.
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AJC CHICAGO ZOOM MEETING ON SUPPORTING CHINESE COMMUNITY

AJC CHICAGO ZOOM MEETING ON SUPPORTING CHINESE COMMUNITY

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On April 3rd at 11CST /12/EST/9PST, Please join American Jewish Committee AJC Global Chair Jeff Stone , US Senator Dick Durbin, IL state representative Theresa Mah , UCA IL Policy Advisor Nancy Chen , CBCAC Executive Director Grace Chan for a video discussion about community relations and discrimination related to COVID-19. Heart felt thanks to AJC Chicago for organizing and coming along side Chinese Americans to make this time of unity, rather than conflict. Please Register below by opening the link below. Click picture to register Topic: AJC Chicago and AJC’s Asia Pacific Institute: Declaration of Support for the Illinois Chinese-American Community with UCA and CBCAC Description: In partnership with United Chinese Americans (UCA) and Coalition for a Better Chinese-American Community (CBCAC), this Friday at 11am CT AJC will present…
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UCA Co-signs on Letter to Congress Denouncing Coronavirus Racism

UCA Co-signs on Letter to Congress Denouncing Coronavirus Racism

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Dear Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader McCarthy, On behalf of the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA), and the undersigned organizations, we urge you to call for unity, and publicly denounce the increase in racist attacks and discrimination against the Asian American community, in the wake of rising concerns over the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We have witnessed with increasing alarm, incidents all over the country targeting the Asian American community in connection to COVID-19. For example, in San Fernando, CA, a 16-year old Asian American boy was physically attacked at school because he was accused of having the coronavirus. In Plymouth, IN, two Hmong men were denied service at hotels under the false assumption that they were Chinese and carrying the coronavirus. In New York, a woman wearing…
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