According to the survey by the Asian American Justice Center, Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote and the National Asian American Survey, Obama won an estimated 2.
What does AAJC stand for?
AAJC stands for Asian American Justice Center (formerly National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium)
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- American Association of Jurists
- Architectural Association of Japan
- Aromatherapy Association of Japan (est. 1996)
- Association Américaine de Juristes (French: American Association of Jurists; est. 1975)
- Astronomical Association of Jamaica (est. 1948)
- Attitude Adjust
- Asian American Journalists Association
- All About Jonathan Brandis Fanpage
- African American Jazz Caucus, Inc. (New York, NY)
- American Association of Junior Colleges (now American Association of Community Colleges)
- Asociación de Amistad Japón-Cuba (Spanish: Japan-Cuba Friendship Association; Cuba)
- Association d'Assurance des Juristes Canadiens (French: Canadian Lawyers Insurance Association; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer
- Authorized Academic Java Campus (Austria)
- African American/Jewish Coalition for Justice (Redmond, WA)
- American Academy of Judicial Education
- All About Jimmy Fallon (comedian; unofficial fansite)
- Austin Area Jazz Festival (Austin, TX)
- Association of Jews from the Former Soviet Union
- American Association of Jewish Friends of Turkey
Samples in periodicals archive:
Real - life martial artist Diana Lee Inosanto, who wrote, directed, and co-starred in this movie, received the American Courage Award by the Asian American Justice Center for her work on this film.
This will adversely and disproportionately affect citizens of color who do not have the financial wherewithal as their White counterparts to secure the documentation necessary to meet the Act's strict requirement," states a letter submitted as public comment by the Advancement Project, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Asian American Justice Center and the Southwest Workers Union.
Partnership members are National Minority AIDS Council, American Civil Liberties Union, Asian American Justice Center, Asian/Pacific Islander Health Forum, Indigenous Peoples Task Force, League of United Latin American Citizens, NAACP, National Congress of American Indians, National Council of La Raza, National Urban League, Rainbow/PUSH and the United Church of Christ.
Some examples: * Asian American Justice Center Staff attorneys are working full time for new policies mandating language access at the Red Cross and federal relief agencies for Asian immigrants during disasters.
Project partners on the report include National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum (NAPAWF) and Asian American Justice Center (AAJC).