Archive for October 19th, 2008

  • APA Influence in State Capitol at Stake With Prop 11

    APA Influence in State Capitol at Stake With Prop 11

    Both sides claim to protect minority voting rights Both supporters and critics of Proposition 11, a measure that would alter California’s redistricting process, are laying claims to the protection of Asian American and minority voters’ rights. The proposition would change the authority for establishing assembly, […]

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  • Asian Americans Rally Community To Vote

    Asian Americans Rally Community To Vote

    Three APAs who are helping spread voter education With each election, the number of Asian Americans who work to educate and organize voters in the community increases exponentially. But even veteran campaign watchers admit that the level of interest in this year’s elections among the […]

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  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month Launched with Conviction in Tempongko Case

    Domestic Violence Awareness Month Launched with Conviction in Tempongko Case

    SAN FRANCISCO – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and it follows on the heels of a conviction in the eight-year-old stabbing murder of Claire Joyce Tempongko. District Attorney Kamala D. Harris secured a second-degree murder conviction for defendant Tari Ramirez, the victim’s ex-boyfriend. Tempongko […]

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  • S.F. Kids Learn The Wooden Way to Success

    S.F. Kids Learn The Wooden Way to Success

    The Coach Wooden Kids Inch and Miles Sportsmanship Tennis Festival was held at the Golden Gateway Tennis & Swim Club in San Francisco on October 4th. The 6- to 11-year-old kids participated in tennis games and drills designed to teach them “the pyramid of success,” […]

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  • Asian Americana

    Asian Americana

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