USC Sol Price School of Public Policy Scholarship Opportunity

Sacramento, CA – We are proud to announce that APAPA has partnered with University of Southern California (USC) Sol Price School of Public Policy to provide training and education services to students who have completed the APAPA internship program. Consistent with APAPA’s mission, the mission of the USC Price School is to improve the quality […]

APAPA Denounces False Narrative of Newsweek Article

Sacramento, CA — Newsweek published an article on October 26, 2020 by Didi Kirsten Tatlow where she claimed that the magazine “has identified about 600 groups (businesses, universities and think tanks, social and cultural groups, Chinese diaspora organizations, Chinese-language media and WeChat, the Chinese social media and messaging app) in the U.S. (are) all in […]

California Governor Gavin Newsom Signs Momentous Legislation to Advance Racial Justice

Sacramento, CA – California Governor Gavin Newsom just signed Assembly Bill (AB) 3121, making California the first state in the nation to implement a law to study and create proposals on reparations for slavery through a California task force. Governor Newsom also signed AB 3070 into law to prohibit the removal of a prospective juror […]

Rep. Grace Meng’s H.Res.908

APAPA is grateful for Representative Grace Meng’s leadership in introducing #HRes908, a resolution that condemns all forms of anti-Asian bigotry related to COVID-19. Rep. Grace Meng’s #HRes908 is a step in the right direction to standing up against hatred and rejecting racism. To learn more about Rep. Grace Meng’s resolutions please see NCAPAP’s statement below: […]