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AAA Fund’s mission is to ensure equal political, educational, social, and economic rights for all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. A critical focus of this mission is to support fair immigration policies which are free of racial and religious discrimination.

One of the most prominent policy concerns for AAPI communities is immigration. AAA Fund fully supports and welcomes immigrants from all countries to the United States. We strongly support immigration policies that engenders family reunification and vociferously oppose discriminatory immigration practices.

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#NoToPublicCharge Submit a Public Comment Today!

The Trump Administration continues to attack immigrants, refugees, and families by separating loved ones, taking away health insurance from millions and attacking nutrition and housing for working families. Fight back against the Trump administration’s threat to break up immigrant...

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Meng Demands Homeland Security Secretary Withdraw Proposed Public Charge Rule

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens) sent a letter to U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen calling for her agency to withdraw its proposed public charge rule for non-compliance with federal law. Under federal law, agencies...

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Asian American Action Fund Calls on Elected Officials to Uphold the Constitution, Defend Birthright Citizenship

Statement of the Board of the Asian American Action Fund President Trump stated today that he intends to use an Executive Order to overturn the United States Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment to get rid of birthright citizenship. His lawyers know...

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ALERT: Harmful Proposed Rule That Hurts Immigrant Families is Posted to DHS Website

Stand With Us As #OneNation Reposted from AAPI Progressive Action  The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has posted a draft rule to its website. This rule could hurt Asian American and Pacific Islander families across the country. It is...

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Brett Kavanaugh Must Repudiate Racist, Sexist “Su Ching” Remarks

Asian American Action Fund Calls on Supreme Court Nominee to Clarify Email  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 6, 2018 Contact: Caroline Fan, 202-255-9906 Today, during the Senate Judiciary hearings of Brett Kavanaugh for consideration as a United States Supreme Court...

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Crazy Rich Asians & Asian American Representation in Media

        For generations, Asian Americans have grown up relating to people in media who do not look like us and who haven’t had our experiences. While there has been a positive progression from Asian Americans being portrayed as racist...

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Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on International Students

Members proposed further barriers for Chinese international students and xenophobic concerns. The Senate Judiciary hearing on May 30th discussed the vetting of Chinese students and concerns about Chinese infringement on economic, intellectual property, and other fronts. On May 30th, the...

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Advancing Justice | AAJC and MALDEF Sue Trump Administration, Challenging Addition of Citizenship Question to 2020 Census

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Trump administration’s eleventh-hour decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census violates the U.S. Constitution because it is racially discriminatory and could result in a severe undercount of minorities, according to a federal...

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APALA Statement on the Omnibus Spending Bill Impact of Restaurant Workers and Undocumented Youth

In March President Trump signed the omnibus spending bill into a law which was victorious for tipped workers and public schools but left the fate of undocumented youth uncertain and advanced an anti-immigrant agenda. The Asian Pacific American Labor...

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Investigate Immigration Trends Over the Decades

Scholastic publishing maintain an interactive website that provides insights into the story of US immigration over the decades. Researchers can review the statistics of immigration organized by decade, region, or country of origin. Through this website you can also...

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