Young Professionals Committee


The Young Professionals Committee is dedicated to fostering the next generation of AALDEF supporters. Through social and networking events and other programming, the Young Professionals Committee aims to raise awareness about AALDEF's wide range of efforts on behalf of the Asian American community.

Stay tuned for more information about future YPC activities!

Past events of the Young Professionals Committee include:

2013 Kick-Off MLK Happy Hour - January 23, 2013

2013 Justice in Action Awards Gala After Party - February 19, 2013

Election Day 2012: AALDEF YPC Viewing Party - October 19, 2012

Screening of Harry Belafonte documentary Sing Your Song - May 24, 2012

2012 Kick-Off MLK Happy Hour - January 18, 2012



7.10.18

AALDEF statement on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court

6.26.18

AALDEF deplores the Supreme Court's decision upholding the Muslim ban

6.11.18

Tonight! Join us at the annual AALDEF summer cocktail party at Rumi. Tickets still available!

4.23.18

Korean and Latino workers at Kum Gang San restaurants win enforcement of $2.7 million wage theft judgment

3.27.18

AALDEF opposes Trump administration's politicization of Census 2020 by adding citizenship question

1.24.18

New AALDEF guidance on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

12.4.17

2017 AALDEF exit poll: 2,538 Asian American voters polled in 4 states: VA, NJ, NY, MA

11.9.17

Nov. 15-16: AALDEF calls on Asian Americans to mobilize in DC for a clean DREAM Act

9.5.17

AALDEF denounces ending of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals; new DACA fact sheet

8.23.17

Federal appeals court upholds ruling in AALDEF case that Texas election law violates Voting Rights Act

8.7.17

AALDEF denounces introduction of RAISE Act to restrict legal imigration

3.15.17

AALDEF joins amicus brief in State of Hawaii's challenge to revised Trump travel ban

3.6.17

AALDEF condemns Trump Administration's revamped anti-immigrant travel ban

2.17.17

AALDEF joins Korematsu Center amicus brief in challenge to Trump travel ban in Brooklyn federal court