APAPA – Tri-Valley Chapter Helps Combat COVID-19

In early March, once the Tri-Valley Chapter recognized the dire needs of medical supplies such as PPE and hand sanitizers for our local medical agencies, the immediate action we took was to fundraise funds for the purchase. Thanks to the generous donation of our chapter and community members, over $16,000 was raised within a few […]

Congress Must Make Progress on Universal Broadband. Our Post-COVID-19 Recovery Depends on It

The outbreak of COVID-19 and the events that have followed have reminded us of the inequities that persist in our society. Sadly, public health data suggests that racial and ethnic minorities are suffering disproportionately, experiencing higher rates of infection, death, and economic dislocation. In addition to dealing with the health and economic impacts of the […]

A Pledge to Fight Hate Crimes Together

In recent months, social media has been filled with malicious allegations and misinformation against Chinese people over fears of the COVID-19 coronavirus. On February 25, 2020, more than 70 Jewish organizations from across the US, including the rabbinical bodies of the four major branches of Judaism, signed a letter of support for Chinese Americans and […]

APAPA – Ohio State Chapter Activities (June & July)

As part of a national campaign to show solidarity with all communities impacted by the pandemic, and to honor the over 15,000 Chinese workers who helped build the first Transcontinental Railroad 151 years ago, APAPA Ohio State Chapter conducted a “Food of Love” food drive to provide meals to Ohioans in need. The slogan of […]

APAPA – Albany Chapter’s Internship Updates

Despite of the raging pandemic in NY State, the Greater Capital District Albany area is lucky that we entered phased re-opening in June. The Albany Chapter cautiously proceed with a streamlined but still robust internship program with 6 interns. At the moment, one intern, Maryam Ahmad, is now placed with the Town of Clifton Park […]