The State of U.S. Civil Rights
Assistant Attorney General Kim spoke about his personal experiences and the Bush administration’s prosecution of civil rights cases… read more
Assistant Attorney General Kim spoke about his personal experiences and the Bush administration’s prosecution of civil rights cases in the past five years. Topics included prejudice against Asian Americans, human trafficking, immigration, voting rights, and the accomplishments of Asian Americans.
His speech was the luncheon keynote address of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Southeast Regional Conference, hosted by the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of the Greater Washington, DC Area (APABA-DC). close
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