Archive for August, 2013

Aug 29, 2013

‘More Women Than We Thought’ on Front Lines of Immigration Protest

On Thursday, Aug. 1, I joined nearly 50 labor leaders, immigrant advocates, environmental activists, people of faith and DREAMers from the “We Belong Together” pro-immigration movement to push for fair immigration policies for women and children. This was our small, but very significant March on Washington.

Aug 25, 2013

AP(eye) on the Hill – August 2013

NAPAWF in the News Miriam Yeung talks with Salon magazine about our lawsuit against Arizona Portrait of America NAPAWF takes part in Immigrant Faces and Stories art campaign at the Capitol In our AP(eye) on the Hill newsletter, we share recent events impacting Asian American and Pacific Islander (API) women and girls. March on Washington […]

Aug 01, 2013

Why I Got Arrested Today

Dear Friend, I’ve just been arrested along with over two dozen leaders of immigrant rights, progressive, faith, labor and women’s movements to call on the House of Representatives to act on passing a comprehensive immigration bill that contains a roadmap for citizenship and is fair to women and families.