Wednesday Aug 19 5PM EST National Immigrant Solidarity Network Community Townhall: Immigrants Say YES on Prop 16 Zoom Webinar



National Immigrant Solidarity Network Community Townhall: Immigrants Say YES on Prop 16 Zoom Webinar


When: WEDNESDAY August 19, 2020 5:00-6:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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On November 2020 election, California voters will decide Prop 16, a historical vote that can put affirmative action back to the state!

Current California law prevents our elected leaders from taking targeted action to fight discrimination based on race and gender. 


Voting “Yes” on Proposition 16 would reverse the ban on equal opportunity policies like affirmative action so that elected leaders can design programs that provide good jobs, better wages, and access to great schools for all Californians. 

California is one of the most diverse states in the country, immigrants, people of color communities should come and stand together to support the affirmative action vote that will reflect the strength of our diversity.


Host: Lee Siu Hin

Lee is the LA-based long-time Chinese-American low-pay immigrant workers activists, currently working on community health project; is the national coordinator of National Immigrant Solidarity Network 

Action LA Network and China-US Bi-National Activist Solidarity Network Lee’s book “Capitalism on a Ventilator -- Impact of COVID-19 in China vs. U.S.” will be co-publish with International Action Center at August, 2020. For more information email: twitter @siuhin


Speaker: Eva Poon

Eva Poon is the Policy Advocate for Chinese for Affirmative Action, a civil rights organization that protects the civil and political rights of Chinese Americans and to advance multiracial democracy in the United States. Eva's advocacy work includes the effort to restore equal opportunity for communities of color in California, fighting for the language rights of limited English proficient immigrants, and educating the public about the important of a complete Census count. Eva has experience in local government and higher education, previously working for Alameda County and the University of San Francisco.



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