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AAJC Youth Advisory Council

Lead the National Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Youth Network committed to advancing human and civil rights.

Olivia Chow

on 6 September 2011

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Transcript of AAJC Youth Advisory Council

Want to create change for Asian American Pacific Islanders in your community? Join the Asian American Justice Center's Youth Advisory Council Use your student organizing experience to move Washington, DC. to meet local and national policy movers, shakers and makers gain first hand experience in local grassroots advocacy organizing to form policy solutions to create and disseminate resources ($$) through the Youth Empowerment Fund to organize workshops & trainings to educate your peers on the issues that most matter to you looped in about exciting post-graduate opportunities
Apply today! voting rights What are you waiting for? AAJC is one of the nation's leading experts on issues of importance to the Asian American community including: Affirmative Action Anti-Asian Violence prevention/race relations census immigration & immigrant rights language access television diversity As a Youth Advisory Council Member you will get: http://bit.ly/aajcyouthapp access to local/national conferences & trainings including the Annual Advancing Justice Conference
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