100 Days Later: APA Perspectives on the Trump Administration

The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Los Angeles County (apaba.org) is hosting an evening of dining and discussion on May 18 to reflect on the Trump Administration’s first 100 days.

How have the Trump Administration’s policies affected the AAPI community, and the communities at large? What lessons have we learned from the travel ban, and what are community advocates doing to fight it? How will President Trump’s plans for the Affordable Care Act change health care in America?

Thursday, May 18, 2017
6:00 – 8:00pm
LAPD Headquarters, Deaton Auditorium
100 W. 1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Dinner will be provided by Park’s Finest.
RSVP online at: http://apaba.org/event-2541209

Panelists at the event include:
· Laboni Hoq, Litigation Director of Advancing Justice-LA;
· Gowri Ramachandran, Professor of Constitutional Law at Southwestern Law School;
· Dr. Sue Kim, Professor at USC Keck School of Medicine;
· Adrienna Wong, Staff Attorney at ACLU Foundation of Southern California; and
· Shirley Sanematsu, Managing Attorney at Western Center on Law & Poverty

This event will also support Dress for Success. The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. You are invited to donate any clean female professional wear or make a monetary donation. Women’s clothing size 16 and up is of particular need.

1.0 CLE credit will be provided. APABA is a State-Bar approved MCLE provider.

Parking is available at Judge Aiso Parking Lot for $3 after 5pm and other nearby lots.

Contact Diana Taing at diana.taing@gmail.com with any questions.