9/30/2018  Panelist on the Census, OCA Tri-State Chapters and FCC Expo, Confucius Plaza,  New York, New York

9/25/2018  Guest speaker, “Institutional Bias and the 2020 Census”, Move it Forward: Advancing Race Equity Conference, New York State Council on Children and Families, Albany, New York

9/22/2018  Panelist, “Activism through Advocacy,” Asian American Bar Association of New York Conference, Fordham Law School, New York, New York

7/19/2018  Panelist, “Census and Redistricting”, Public Interest Law Center Brown Bag Law Seminar, LatinoJustice PRLDEF, New York, New York

7/10/2018   Presenter, “The Importance of the Census,” Roadmap to Inspiration, Sisterhood, & Empowerment (RISE), Legal Outreach, Columbia Law School, New York, New York

6/27/2018  Panelist, “The Role of Complete Count Committees, ” Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Washington, D.C.

6/21/2018  Panelist, “Engaging Immigrant Communities in Civic Engagement,”  New York Charter Revision Commission, New York University School of Law, New York, New York

6/19/2018  Moderator, Opening Plenary, New York Counts Statewide Conference, “Making New York Count,” New York Law School, New York, New York

5/31/2018  Panelist on advocacy campaigns following Private Danny Chen’s death to promote Opera Theatre of St. Louis’ production of An American Soldier, full-length opera on the death of Private Danny Chen, Missouri History Museum, Great Hall, St. Louis, Missouri

5/24/2018  Presenter on Impact of 2020 Census on Health Issues, Health Collaborative, New York Immigration Coalition, New York, New York

5/24/2018  Guest, “Issues Facing Asian Community in New York City,”  Commemoration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, In Focus with Cheryl Wills, New York 1, New York, New York

5/16/2018  Presenter on Importance of the 2020 Census, Greater Rochester Immigrant Issues Round Table, Rochester, New York

4/12/2018  Presenter on Impact of Citizenship Question on the Census, Health, Seniors, Human Services, Youth Education, Human Rights Committee, Community Board 3, New York, New York


2/6/2017  Panelist, “Mobilizing Across Boundaries; Intersectional Organizing in Trump’s America”,  New York University, Kimmel Center, Grand Hall, New York, New York

2/9/2017   Panelist, “Immigration Rights  in the Trump Era:  Legal Clinic and Information Session,” New York University, Department of Social and Cultural Analysis, 20 Cooper Square, 4th Floor, New York, New York

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2/21/2017   Panelist, post screening discussion of Felicia Lowe’s, “Chinese Couplets“, a documentary of four generations of women’s and the impact of the 1982 Chinese Exclusion Act on their family, Museum of Chinese in America, 215 Centre Street, Manhattan, Chinatown

3/21/2017  Guest Speaker, Screening of “Vincent Who”, New York University’s Asian Pacific American Coalition, Kimmel Center Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life

3/25/2017  Panelist, Crossroads Conference for Asian American High School Students, Asian American Alliance, Columbia University, Manhattan

4/28/2017  Guest Speaker, “Career Day,” P.S. 124, Manhattan Chinatown

4/29/2017  Panelist, “Boat People: Imperialist Refugee Cycles,” New York City Asian American Student Conference, New York University

5/3/2017    Keynote Speaker, Asian American Heritage Month Event, Queens Community   College

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5/25/2017  Guest Speaker, Asian American Heritage Month Event, Brearley High School, Manhattan

6/2/2017   Panelist, “Asian American Resistance to Legalized Discrimination-Then and Now”, Northeast People of Color & Conference of Asian Pacific Law Faculty Joint Conference, Brooklyn Law School

6/10/2017  Moderator, Immigration Forum, “What Immigrants Need to Know in this Time of Fear and Uncertainty”, sponsored by OCA-NY Asian Pacific American Advocates, Chinese Promise Baptist Church, Brooklyn, New York

6/19/2017 Panelist, “Vincent Chin: Dead or Alive?”, Chatham Library, Manhattan’s Chinatown.

On June 19, 1982, in Detroit, a young man named Vincent Chin was enjoying his bachelor party with friends when they were accosted by two white men, who blamed them for the success of Japan’s auto industry. “It’s because of you we’re out of work,” they were said to have shouted. The men bludgeoned Vincent, 27, with a baseball bat. He died from his injuries four days later. The assailants served no jail time. This case was the first hate crime against an Asian American that sparked nationwide advocacy for justice.

On the 35th anniversary of this horrific hate crime, we continue the discussions that this event triggered, and honor Vincent Chin’s life and legacy with a panel discussion entitled Vincent Chin: Dead or Alive? Four panelists will discuss what has and has not changed since Vincent’s murder, as well as the current state of civic participation and advocacy in API communities.

Download flyer here.  6-19-2017

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6/21/2017  Guest speaker, Ronald H. Brown Prep Program, St. John’s University School of Law, Jamaica, New York

8/11/2017 Panelist, “A New Global Agenda for Women,” American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

10/17/2017 Speaker, Press Conference on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), sponsored by Columbia University students and FWD.us,  Broadway Presbyterian Church

10/25/2017 Panelist, “API Community Leadership Panel”, Asian American Community Development Conference, sponsored by Asian Americans for Equality Conference, New York University Kimmel Center

11/9/2017  Speaker, “Who Killed Vincent Chin?”, sponsored by New York University Silver School of Social Work’s Asian Pacific Islander/American Social Work Students for Change

11/16/2017 Speaker, “Culture of Health and Well-Being,” National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs Conference, sponsored by AARP Public Policy Institute, Westin Bonaventure Hotel,  Los Angeles, California