National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium (NAPALC) 2001 "DOJ Targets Hate Crimes or Racial Scapegoating for Asian-Americans.
What does NAPALC stand for?
NAPALC stands for National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium (now Asian American Justice Center, AAJC)
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- North American Petroleum Accounting Conference (Professional Development Institute)
- North American Pharmacy Accreditation Commission
- Northern AIDS Prevention and Care
- North American Pacific/Asian Disciples
- National Association of Principal Agricultural Education Officers (Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs; UK)
- National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse
- National Academies Policy Advisory Group (UK)
- Network Access Protection Agent (Microsoft)
- National Association of Presidential Assistants in Higher Education (Washington, DC)
- National Association of Private Animal Keepers (UK)
- Napthenic Acid and Palmitate (jellied incendiary used in bombs)
- National ADP Program for Army Material Command Logistics Management
- National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association
- North American Performing Arts Managers and Agents
- National Association for the Prevention of Addiction to Narcotics (Australia)
- National Association of Public Affairs Networks (Hartford, CT)
- Northern Adriatic Ports Area Network
- National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program
- National Partnership for Quality in Health (Canada)
- National Action Plan Against Racism (Northern Ireland)
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At that time, Traci Hong, director for policy at the National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium, said she was not optimistic about the bill dying in the Senate.
If local police were charged with enforcing such laws, immigrants, most of whom live in households whose members are of mixed status, would fear approaching police, said Katherine Newell-Bierman, a staff attorney for the National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium.