2021 UCA Congressional Outreach Campaign Training Seminar #UCAEngaged

Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 8 p.m. EDT

(Register by Wednesday, August 4, 2021.)

As you know, throughout U.S. history, Chinese and all Asian Americans have been largely left out of the conversations. We would like to be included and have our concerns heard. So, please save the date and time (Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 8 p.m. EDT) to join us and attend UCA’s “2021 UCA Congressional Outreach Campaign” training seminar #UCAEngaged on Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 8 p.m. EDT. The training seminar is via Zoom, and you can register here. Please register as soon as possible and by Wednesday, Aug. 4.

如您所知,在美国历史上,华人和所有亚裔在很大程度上都被排除在与国会议员的对话之外。请参加UCA于2021年8月5日东部时间晚8点举行的“2021 UCA国会参与行动”线上培训研讨会。这场研讨会是通过ZOOM举行,您可以通过点击此链接注册。

In this training seminar, we will discuss how you can connect with your own local elected official who is a Member of U.S. Congress. It is during this time that we can all set up and schedule meetings with them to voice our concerns regarding the pertinent topics of our Chinese American community’s safety. 

Pertinent topics: 

  • Anti-Asian and anti-Chinese hate crimes.
  • The federal government’s ”China Initiative.”
  • Education of Asian American history.

All are welcome. This webinar’s target audience is any interested American of Chinese descent. This event will be in English.

Register by Aug. 4 by clicking here.

We are grateful for your engagement and participation! Please take a photo with your elected officials – each a screenshot of the virtual meeting or a photo of the in-person meeting, and send it to us: Hong.qi@ucausa.org. When you post it on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, please tag UCA “@UCASocial” and use the hashtag #UCAEngaged in your caption.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Qi Hong at hong.qi@ucausa.org.

United Chinese Americans (UCA) is a national nonprofit organization with the mission to empower all Chinese Americans. UCA encourages civic participation, political engagement, youth education, and the preservation of Chinese American heritage and culture. While the organization’s headquarters is in Washington, D.C., UCA has 12 local chapters and over 30 community partners across nearly all 50 States. UCA activities have included: Food of Love, Town Halls, Youth Education and Mental Health initiatives, and more. UCA was incorporated in 2016. To learn more about UCA, please visit https://ucausa.org/ and follow UCA on WeChat, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and LinkedIn.