National Coalition of Asian Pacific American Community Development Urges the Senate to Act on President Obama's Nomination of Chief Justice Merrick Garland to U.S. Supreme Court

Following President Obama’s announcement that Chief Judge Merrick Garland is his nomination to the Supreme Court, National Coalition of Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD) issued the following statement in support.

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National CAPACD is Hiring!

National CAPACD seeks a dynamic and committed individual for the position of Civic Engagement Coordinatorto oversee the organization's efforts to promote civic engagement among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders living in high poverty regions in cities across the U.S. This position will be based in the organization's D.C. office. To find out more and apply for this position, click here.

National CAPACD seeks a highly organized and self-motivated Program Assistant to join a dynamic and rapidly growing organization. The Program Assistant will provide critical support to National CAPACD's economic vitality and community development programs. The position will be based in the organization's Oakland office. To find out more and apply, click here.

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HUD Publishes Guide to Implementation of the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule

On December 31, 2015, the US Department of Housing and Development published the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule Guidebook with the Assessment of Fair Housing, taking the first major step in implementing the AFFH Rule published in July 2015. The AFFH rule seeks to better define how states, cities, public housing authorities and all other HUD program participants should both assess and act to overcome historic patterns of segregation, promote fair housing choice and foster investments in inclusive communities  that ensure access to opportunities.  

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The State of our Union: Challenging Times but a Time of Progress

In his final address to Congress on the state of our union, President Obama reflected on the tremendous progress we have made in the last few years and addressed important issues that we still need to work on-- issues that impact all of our local communities and neighborhoods, particularly low income communities of color. In these difficult times of rising economic inequality and racially motivated violence, the National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD) applauds President Obama for his perseverance in pushing forward an agenda that ensures our country continues to move forward. 

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National CAPACD and Wells Fargo invest in AAPI small business development

On November 17 - 18, 2015, eleven National CAPACD members from across the country convened in Oakland, CA to discuss small business development and increasing access to capital for AAPI entrepreneurs and the self-employed.   This gathering was a critical step toward establishing our Small Business Network – a group of National CAPACD members engaged in supporting the development of micro-entrepreneurs and preservation of small businesses in AAPI communities across the country.  

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National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development Stands Against Anti-Muslim Hate

Today, the National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD) stands together with other organizations in the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans to denounce anti-Muslim hate and the disturbing rise of xenophobia.  National CAPACD’s mission is to improve the quality of life for low-income Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders by promoting economic vitality, civic and political participation, and racial equity and we believe that anti-Muslim hate fundamentally undermines our mission and values in the threat and insecurity it poses to our communities and our allies.  Towards that end, we issue the following statement: 

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National CAPACD Thanks Kiran Ahuja for her Leadership at WHIAAPI and Welcomes Doua Thor as the Incoming Executive Director

Today, the Obama Administration announced Doua Thor as the new Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI), stepping into a position held by Kiran Ahuja for the past six years. Ms. Ahuja will move to serve as the Chief of Staff of the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM). 

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CFPB Paves the Way for Better Mortgage Data on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

National CAPACD applauds the historic rule released by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today on home mortgage data - progress that will assist in monitoring whether financial institutions are serving the housing needs of Asian American and Pacific Islanders.

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National CAPACD's 15th Anniversary Convention

We are celebrating 15 years of movement building among our membership and allies! Our theme this year, “Moving Forward, Rising Together: United for Thriving Communities,reflects our renewed focus on working in coalition with communities of color on issues of racial justice.

Register now! 

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Scrimping+Saving Report Webinar

 Join National CAPACD and the Asset Building Policy Network (ABPN) for its featured webinar – Scrimping + Saving on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 from 11am to 12pm PDT/2pm to 3pm EDT.


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