July 19, 2020, Washington D.C.– United Chinese Americans (UCA), a leading coalition of Chinese Americans, joins our nation in mourning the loss of a civil rights legend, an untiring champion for justice, and a dear friend to the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities: Congressman John Lewis.
March 11, 2014, SACRAMENTO – Senators Ted Lieu, (D-Redondo Beach), Carol Liu (D- La Cañada/Flintridge) and Leland Yee (San Francisco/San Mateo) today requested Assembly Speaker John Pérez hold Senate Constitutional Amendment 5 (SCA-5) to allow more time to discuss its potential impacts with stakeholders and the Asian Pacific Islander community. State Senator Ted Lieu (from… Continue reading Cupertino City Council to Hold Special Meeting and Hold on SCA-5 Is Requested by Senators
By David Li, bostonese.com Boston, Jan. 27, 2014, — The Chinese New Year of Horse starts this Friday, Jan. 31. It will bring an end of the Year of Snake which was full of dramatic events. Two bombs interrupted Boston Marathon in the afternoon of April 15 near the finish line on Boylston Street. The… Continue reading Boston Marches Forward as Year of Snake Ends
January 12, 2014 Dear President Obama: The Chinese Alliance for Equality, along with other Chinese American organizations dedicated to protecting civil rights and improving racial equality, is writing to respond to the White House’s inadequate investigation to the petition against the Jimmy Kimmel Show. We appreciate your attention but are disheartened and disappointed by your… Continue reading An Open Letter to President Obama