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Time to break a historical pattern of blame and harassment

By September 27

Daily Journal, 9/1/20 "A just society holds people accountable for what they do; it does not punish them for what they look like or where they may have come from." Read

Categorized in: Race and Civil Rights, Uncategorized

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Leaders Forum Statement on Recent Strife in America

By July 7

In response to the significant strife and pain America is suffering at this time, Leaders Forum is committed to support the African American community, and in particular Black Lives Matter.  Leaders Forum will build

Categorized in: Race and Civil Rights

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employee Paid Leave Rights

By May 1

U.S. Department of Labor
“The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for

Categorized in: COVID-19

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COVID-19 Daily Updates for Small Businesses

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Small Business Majority
“As developments continue to unfold in response to the spread of COVID-19, we know many small businesses have questions about implications in the workplace and funding options

Categorized in: COVID-19

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Chinese-Americans, Facing Abuse, Unite to Aid Hospitals in Coronavirus Battle

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The New York Times, 4/5/20
“Although many have weathered racist remarks and some physical attacks over the virus, Chinese-Americans are tapping their deep social networks to procure medical supplies.” Read

Categorized in: COVID-19

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The financial risk to U.S. business owners posed by COVID-19 outbreak varies by demographic group

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PEW Research Center, 4/23/20
“The economic fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak has put the jobs of many American workers in jeopardy, but it has also put in doubt the economic

Categorized in: COVID-19, PEW

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Boxed CEO Hopes to be Mentor to Johns Hopkins’ Young Entrepreneurs

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John Hopkins Technology Ventures, 12/26/19
“My first entrepreneurial venture wasn’t until I was 29, which isn’t the youngest entrepreneur on the block for a first venture … Even though I

Categorized in: Uncategorized

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Rep Lieu statement on PEW report that immigrates are 10 percent of U.S. 2020 Electorate

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Press Release, 2/26/20
"Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles County) issued the following statement after Pew Research Center released their new report demonstrating that a record 10 percent of

Categorized in: PEW

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Co-Chair Nanci Nishimura and her partner help property owners by waiving rent for 65 retail tenants in Half Moon Bay

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The Daily Journal, 3/31/20
Joe Cotchett and Nanci Nishimura of Cotchett, Pitre, & McCarthy, LLP prominent lawyers and Half Moon Bay property owners are waiving two months rent for their

Categorized in: COVID-19

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Two-Thirds of Americans Expect Presidential Election Will Be Disrupted by COVID-19

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Pew Research Center, 4/28/20
"Over the past two months, the outbreak of the novel coronavirus has had a devastating impact on nearly all aspects of life in the United States.

Categorized in: COVID-19, PEW

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