About the Speaker Series
About the Speaker Series, "ABAS Law Foundation Presents..."
The ABAS LAW FOUNDATION is celebrating 20 years of law-related educational and charitable works in greater Sacramento's Asian/Pacific community. We have put on workshops including immigration assistance, employment discrimination law, and election procedures; we have given scholarships to community-conscious activist law students through our annual golf tournament; we have supported activities such as the Hmong Mediation Project, and we are continuing to administer a $47,400 federal research grant that is leading to a book on World War II's notorious Tule Lake concentration camp.
In 2017 we are putting on a series of speakers and events designed to provoke discussion and to inform the public on often-overlooked subjects such as civic responsibility, our unjust bail system, human trafficking, dissent at the notorious Tule Lake concentration camp, our government's discriminatory and unconstitutional governmental actions, and how disastrous governmental actions can happen again if people of good conscience fail to make their voices heard.
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