Support AAPIs at REDISTRICTING HEARINGS 6 pm on Thurs. April 28 in L.A. and Fri. April 29 in San Gabriel

Come join and support Asian American and Pacific Islander leaders testifying at the Redistricting Commission to keep our communities together in new Legislative and Congressional Districts.


California Citizens Redistricting Commission Hearings

  Thursday, April 28, 2011   6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

  Los Angeles City Hall  200 North Spring Street, 3rd Floor L.A. 90012

  (Free parking L.A. City lot, on Los Angeles Street between Temple & 1st streets.

    Tell attendant you are attending the Redistricting Commission hearing)

  Friday, April 29, 2011  6:00 pm- 9:00 pm

  San Gabriel Mission Playhouse

  320 Mission Drive (not Mission Road)

  San Gabriel, CA 91776


By August 15, 2011, the boundaries of California’s legislative and Congressional districts will be redrawn by the new Redistricting Commission.  In 2008, California voters took  the power to redraw districts away from legislators and gave it to a new, independent commission. With data from the 2010 Census, the Commission could draw districts that divide Asian American/Pacific Islander communities.  Or the Commission can put or keep our communities in common districts that build our political influence and the ability to elect candidates of our choice.

Please join us at the Commission’s only hearings in central Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley.  AAPIs are now 14% in both Los Angeles County and the state but we must show a strong presence to have a powerful voice.

CAPAFR includes representatives of organizations from the Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Guamanian/Chamorro, Japanese, Korean, Samoan. Thai and Tongan communities.

For more information contact the Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council (A3PCON).

Phone:  (213) 239-0300;  Mark Masaoka’s cell:  (323) 356-6352

Email:   website:

Statewide CAPAFR coordinator:  Asian Pacific American Legal Center


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