Vice President of Public Affairs, OCA National
Roland Hwang currently serves as vice president - public affairs for OCA Asian American Advocates. He was chapter president of OCA Detroit for three years. He is an attorney in immigration law. He teaches Asian American history in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies program at the University of Michigan. He served for 27 years as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Michigan. He serves on the Michigan Advisory Committee to the US Commission on Civil Rights. He is a former hearing referee for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. He also serves as the President of the School Board in Northville, MI. Mr. Hwang received a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from University of Michigan, and a Juris Doctor and Master of Laws from Wayne State University Law School
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1.5+ million Asian Americans live in fear due to their status as undocumented immigrants. For the past several years immigrant communities have been attacked through travel bans, increased deportation efforts of Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander immigrants, attempts to undermine the family and employment visa processes and even changing the website language of the mission of the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services. What are the next steps for our communities? Join a conversation about how we can help educate and organize our communities to defend our collective immigrant rights. Learn how we can protect our families so we can all stay with our loved ones in the United States.
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