Award winners will be notified by March 22, Send to: Friday, March 29, Do you know someone who has helped make your community a more peaceful place to live? Economic Empowerment Building on an initial partnership that started into with Bank on San Francisco a program of the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment and the Office of the District Attorney, La Casa has continued to expand support for survivors' long term financial stability and independence. Judge Rules Against Ariz. Ethnic Studies Program State officials have won a significant legal battle in a long-running saga over a controversial Tuscon schools ethnic-studies program, with a federal judge ruling that a law designed to ban it is constitutional.
The program pays tribute to exemplary leaders who are making a difference and enriching the lives of others by improving their community, region and the world at large. The Asian Pacific American Heritage Month honorees demonstrate a shared commitment to providing their communities with the tools to thrive. Habis, head of Community and Private Banking. Chang is the executive director and co-founder of Asian Network Pacific Home Care and Hospice , which provides culturally sensitive end-of-life care and home health to the Asian community in the greater Bay Area. Through the vision of Nancy and her co-founders, Asian Network Pacific Home Care and Hospice is proud to have served thousands of patients over the last two decades.
She founded Engineers for a Sustainable World to mobilize engineers to raise awareness about global sustainability; work in developing nations to increase sustainable access to water, sanitation and energy; and take action in their own communities to reduce resource consumption. Since , the non-profit organization based in San Francisco has grown into a network with thousands of members. The group has more than 30 chapters in colleges and universities, including Stanford and the University of California-Berkeley. Connie Young Yu, an Asian-American historian for the past 40 years, is being honored for making local history accessible and relevant to the Bay Area community through articles, presentations and books recounting the early experiences of Chinese-Americans.
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