This is a public comment submitted to the Department of Homeland Security on December 10, 2018. View as PDF here. We are writing to submit the following comments on behalf of North Carolina Asian Americans Together (NCAAT) on the proposed changes to the public charge regulation published in the Federal Register on October 10, 2018. […]
North Carolina has one of the fastest growing immigrant communities in the nation. The current administration’s threat to end birthright citizenship fans animosity toward Latinx, Asian American and other immigrant communities here and nationwide, and it risks the safety and security of our families, neighbors and friends. As a coalition of Latinx and AAPI (Asian […]
North Carolina Asian Americans Together (NCAAT) and the Southeast Asian Coalition (SEAC) stand together to denounce the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Muslim Ban (5-4) in Trump v. Hawai‘i. June 27, 2018, Raleigh, N.C. — As members and allies of immigrant and refugee communities that have historically faced discrimination and detention on the basis […]
North Carolina Asian Americans Together (NCAAT) stands firmly with our immigrant and refugee families, friends and neighbors. As part of a community that has historically faced discrimination and detention on the basis of our heritage, NCAAT denounces the Trump administration’s executive action that unfairly and predominantly targets the Muslim community. Like the Chinese Exclusion Act […]
A Growing Voice—Asian Americans in North Carolina This past year, NCAAT collaborated with other community groups to publish a demographic report on AAPI populations in North Carolina. Check it out here.