A Resource for Asian Pacific American Justice

Our Mission 
To provide educational and informational resources via the Internet to the general public involving Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) in North America’s history and to encourage harmony, cooperation, and compliance from employers to promote and maintain equitable working and living environments for people of all races. Also to encourage and support justice, anti-discrimination, anti-bullying, promote equality and the civil rights of APAs in the workplace of private, public, and municipal sectors having to use the judicial system in Northern America as a last resort for relief. APA minority individuals include Chinese American, Japanese American, Filipino American, Korean American, Vietnamese American, Indonesian American, Asian Indian American, Southeast Asian American (Laotian, Cambodian, Thais, Malaysian, Singaporean, Burmese), Asian Pacific Islander (Hawaiian, Samoan, Guam, Tongan, Fijian, Tahitian and other Polynesian), etc. According to history, Chinese Americans maybe the earliest Asian immigrants and the largest population among Asians in Northern America. This can be shown by significant documented accounts of history that we have located and included in this site. We welcome any and all related articles relevant to any Asian American experiences in Northern America. If you have such a story, please contact us and we will post it so it can be shared.

Disclaimer
This site doesn’t provide legal advice or opinion. It serves only as the resource and support group providing accurate history, information and related articles to the general public via the Internet for educational and informational purposes only. The Articles and Court cases on this site have been obtained through Public Record or Internet Post and is being provided to the general public for informational purposes only. It is updated periodically and because of this may not reflect the most current legal developments, verdicts, decisions, or settlements. We can make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or information linked to from this site. Please check official sources and research matters further to confirm authenticity.