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Asian Action Group Plans Nationwide House Party


On Sunday, May 2nd, please join Asian Pacific Americans for Progress as we host our annual State of Asian Pacific America House Party. Last year, attendees at house parties all across the country got to hear from such noted guests as Barack Obama's brother-in-law, Konrad Ng; the White House's Tina Tchen; Assistant Secretary for Veterans Affairs Tammy Duckworth and Congressmembers Judy Chu and Joe Sestak. We are currently lining up an equally impressive line-up so start preparing to host your party now!

WHAT: State of Asian Pacific America House Party 2010
WHO: Hosted by Asian Pacific Americans for Progress
DATE: Sunday, May 2, 2010
TIME: 4-6 pm EST, 1-3 pm PST, 10 am - 12 pm Hawaii

Hosting a party
Consider hosting a party. It's easy. Just gather 12-20 friends, family members or co-workers and call into our conference call. You can even provide snacks or make it a potluck.

On the call, each guest will speak for a few minutes and then take a question or two. Afterwards, we hope you and the attendees at your party will discuss what issues are important to you and then to write up a report and post it on the APAP website with pictures. This will become a record of the issues that AAPI's around the country are talking about. We'll even submit a report to the Obama administration.

Asian Pacific Americans for Progress is a national network of progressive Asian Americans and allies. As a 501(c)4, our main goals are educational including, screenings, townhalls and trainings. Since our founding in 2004, as part of the Howard Dean campaign, we have gone on to host national house parties with Dean, Senator John Kerry, Congressman Mike Honda, Elizabeth Edwards and others. We have also organized trainings, townhalls and community forums around the country. In 2009, we produced our first documentary, "Vincent Who?"

To sign up for a party, please email curtis at apaforprogress.org

For more information, go to: apaforprogress.org

Sincerely,


Asian Pacific Americans for Progress - DC

email: apafp@apaforprogress.org
web: http://apaforprogress.org 



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