Sacramento Asian/Pacific Islander community leaders will have an opportunity to meet with local law enforcement to discuss human trafficking of API women in local massage parlors and brothels on Wednesday, January 23, 2013, from 5:30-7:30 at the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Central Station Community Meeting Room, 7000 65th Street, Sacramento. Speakers will include Assemblymember Roger Dickinson, Sacramento City Council member Darrell Fong, Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, Elk Grove Police Department Captain Wayne Kitade, and Sacramento Police Deputy Chief Brian Louie. This event is co-sponsored by Assemblymember Roger Dickinson, My Sister’s House, Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs, OCA Sacramento, Opening Doors, and National Council of Jewish Women Sacramento chapter. For more information or to RSVP, please call (916) 324-4676.
Asian/Pacific Bar Association of SacramentoThe objective of the Asian/Pacific Bar Association of Sacramento (ABAS) is to foster the exchange of ideas and promote the professional growth of the members of the Association; to provide an opportunity for fellowship among the Association's members; to provide service to the general and local community; to develop and encourage cooperation with other organizations of minority attorneys; and to provide a vehicle and forum for the unified expression of opinions and positions by the Association upon current social, political, economic, legal or other matters or events of concern to the members of the Association.
Updates from ABAS