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The JACL-NCWNP sponsors educational programs for its members and the public focused on topics such as civil liberties, hate crimes and discrimination. These programs are aimed to help the public be more aware about what people as citizens can do to make a difference in their communities.
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Calendar of Events



JACL On 2020 FBI Hate Crimes Statistics

The 2020 FBI Crime Statistics report was released earlier this week and serves as a reminder of the importance of tracking and recording hate crimes data. From 2019 to 2020 the number of incidents of Anti-Asian hate increased 70%, from 161 to 274. In comparison, overall hate crimes increased only 6.5%.

NCWNP helps ARC Celebrate Wakamatsu’s 150 Anniversary

NCWNP District was a sponsor of the celebration of WakamatsuFest150 held June 6 - 9, 2019. Congratulations to the ARC American River Conservancy for a successful event. For those who were unable to attend the weekend long schedule of events, please enjoy the photos in...

October is Bullying Prevention Month

Every day thousands of young people experience bullying from their peers while at school, after school in their neighborhoods, and even when they are at home, through social media and texts.  50% of Asian American students in New York City schools report being...



League of CA Cities LGBTQ Caucus

The annual all-day conference is being held Thursday, September 23, 2021. Activities include LGBTQ sponsored workshop, General Meeting and Taco Bout A Party Dinner. Click Title for more info.

Virtual Book Talk with John Tateishi

Virtual Book Talk with John Tateishi Hosted by Berkeley JACL May 23 / 1-2:30PM PDT Email berkeleyjacl@gmail.com for Zoom info. Buy book at Heyday Books with a 30% discount before 5/31. Use code jaclberkeley at checkout John Tateishi will be discussing his new book...

“Go for Broke” at Sierra College

Sierra College's Veterans Success Center will host a film showing of "Go for Broke" at Rocklin Campus T Dietrich Theatre on November 16th, Saturday, from 3:30 - 6:30 pm.  Stacey Hayashi will introduce the film with Q & A after. Tickets free. Donations accepted....

Tsuru for Solidarity

Information and "Mini-Fold-in" November 23, 2019. (view in browser) Next year's pilgrimage will be historic for people of Japanese ancestry to heal our own intergenerational wounds by standing in solidarity with immigrants and all people of color being targeted by...

Sebastopol World Friends

Sister City Friendship Dinner - Where Sushi Meets Borsch Date: Saturday, November 2 Time: 5:30pm Location: Enmanji Buddhist Temple Memorial Hall 1200 Gravenstein Hwy South, Sebastopol Join us for this special evening celebrating Sebastopol's sister city relationships...