Register for Cultivating Resilience in the Time of Coronavirus here!
Webinars will be every Friday from 1pm-2:30pm - starting on May 8th and ending May 29th. These will include a one-hour presentation and a thirty-minute facilitated conversation where people will be able to share their thoughts, concerns, and questions.
Registration is required, and you can do so by clicking here. While you are welcome to attend all four session, you are not required to.
If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to email us at Roxana.Garcia@Seattle.gov.
RULE OF LAW DURING A PANDEMIC
THE IMPACT OF STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS ON PEOPLE WHO FACE HOMELESSNESS
Monday, May 4
12:30-1:45 p.m. PST
Join via Zoom
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 253 215 8782 or +1 602 753 0140 Webinar ID: 959 1058 4551
International numbers available: https://washington.zoom.us/u/abHeASovX4
This week, join for the next webinar in this virtual series examining how governments are balancing public health and human rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday’s discussion focuses on the impacts of stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders on homeless people and communities, both globally and locally.
Global Director, The Shift
Former UN Special Rapporteur, Right to Housing
Executive Director, Seattle King County Coalition on Homelessness
A criminal record can derail a person’s life, creating a barrier to employment and housing. The New Hope Act greatly expanded the number of people eligible to remove criminal convictions from their records. This CLE webinar will teach you everything you need to know about volunteering with the Records Project and vacating convictions.
Join FLOW and speaker Jacob Kuykendall, Senior Staff Attorney for the KCBA, for a webinar hosted by Stoel Rives to learn about this opportunity to engage in meaningful and impactful volunteer work that can change someone’s life.
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Noon to 1:30 p.m. PDT
Complimentary for clients, members of FLOW, and friends.
Contact John Laney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Step-by-Step Guide to the Paycheck Protection Program
Co-hosted by Jeff Liang of Ling and Liang PLLC and the Asian Bar Association of Washington
Who: All businesses, nonprofits, and self-employed individuals should consider applying for the Paycheck Protection Program.
What: Learn how to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program.
Why: The PPP is a forgivable loan used to cover your qualifying business and operating expenses.
Register for a one of the webinars below:
Thursday April 23rd: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm (register here)
Saturday April 25th: 10:00 am to 11:30 am (register here)
Sunday April 26th: 10:00 am to 11:30 am (register here)
These are trying times for many of us, but are especially difficult for law students and new graduates looking for summer legal internships/externships/general legal experiences, as well as job opportunities. Some of the internships and job offers have been rescinded or are otherwise no longer running this summer. These individuals are eager to help and would love any opportunity to gain legal experience. If your organization has opportunities for these law students/young lawyers to gain legal experience, please send ABAW a quick description, and the best way for these individuals to contact you or your organization. Opportunities can include full or part-time positions, or even project work – our goal is to help these students/new attorneys gain legal experience. Please email email@example.com.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice and Hollaback! present Bystander Intervention Trainings online. There is a spike in Asian American harassment since the spread of the Coronavirus. Learn how to create safe public spaces and support others who confront harassment.
We at the Washington Immigrant Defense Network (WIDEN) have been inspired by the number of attorneys who consistently reach out to our non-profit organization asking how they may put their attorney skill set to use to protect the due process of detained immigrants. As you know, the COVID crisis has not slowed down immigrant detentions, and we expect a surge in the future due to various changes in immigration policies such as the Public Charge rules. The Supreme Court is also expected to rule on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals by June of this year, which could overturn protection for those known as Dreamers. We had planned an in-person training day to train Washington State, non-immigration attorneys in removal defense. With the COVID-19 crisis, we have now transitioned this training to take place entirely online. We hope that you can join us.
WIDEN Immigrant Removal Defense for Non-Immigration Attorneys - Online CLE
Please join us for the two live Zoom sessions and five one-hour training sessions that you can complete at your own pace.
Date: May 11, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm - Live Introductory Session
Date: May 18, 12:00pm – 1:00pm Live Summary and Q&A session
Register at: Eventbrite.com/e/97601144651
Cost: $55. Fee waiver available
CLE credits are pending. WIDEN is a WSBA Qualified Legal Services Provider.
ABAW Denounces the Use of Racial Language to Describe the Coronavirus & Racist Attacks on Asian Americans
The ABAW finds the use of racial terms to describe the Coronavirus/COVID-19, such as the “Chinese virus,” or the “Wuhan virus,” to be unacceptable, inaccurate, and racist. The virus does not discriminate, and racializing a disease results in promoting xenophobic sentiment and discrimination. The World Health Organization (WHO) and Center for Disease Control (CDC) both recognize the harm and inaccuracy in racializing the virus and naming new diseases after people or places; the damage of using such terms has a direct impact on ethnic and minority groups. Such discriminatory language promotes and provokes anti-Asian sentiment, xenophobia, and anti-Asian attacks, which have been occurring in Washington state and throughout the country. All Americans should be united during this unprecedented time to combat the Coronavirus and should be mindful and aware of how we are describing the virus for the health and safety of all.
Please visit the Center for Disease Control to further educate yourself and others on the pandemic and how to reference it.
To report incidents of hate due to the Coronavirus pandemic, please visit the following links:
Stand Against Hatred
The Center for Public Integrity, a non-profit investigative newsroom in Washington, D.C., is investigating instances of hate related to the Coronavirus/COVID-19.
"The answers we get will help us delve deeper into how hate is affecting Asian American communities and identify solutions that will lead to more robust reporting. We won’t publish any submitted information or share it outside of our newsroom without explicit consent. I'd be happy to answer questions, and so would our audience engagement editor, Kristine Villanueva (firstname.lastname@example.org)."
To participate: https://publicintegrity.org/health/coronavirus-and-inequality/help-us-investigate-covid-19-related-hate-incidents/.
Friday, April 3rd
9 AM - 10 AM sharp
Zoom Meeting ID: 557 137 713
Click the link to join online: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/557137713
Or join by phone: +1 669 900 9128, 557137713#