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With Rob Bonta (CA Attorney General), Evan Low (Assembly-Member).
Thu, Oct 06 @ 11:00 AM   FREE   San Mateo City Police Dept, 200 Franklin Pkwy
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The San Mateo County AAPI Task Force initiative builds on the momentum of the May 1st Summit hosted by the API Coalition & Civic Leadership USA, which gathered over 100 Asian Pacific Islander elected officials from all 5 Bay Area counties for the first time. Speakers, including CA Attorney General Rob Bonta & Assembly-member Evan Low; many attendees voiced the need to build regional coalitions to combat anti-Asian hate & increase AAPI civic engagement since violence affects us all in the community.

As civically engaged community members, what we can do is much more than expected & effective if we can collaborate with law enforcement & trusted partners as our backbone to build a better & safe city. Thus, San Mateo city faith-based organizations, San Mateo County AAPI Task Force, & Civic Leadership USA (CLUSA) collaborate with the San Mateo City Police Department to invite you to join this round table discussion.

This forum aims to build relationships & trust between all stakeholders & promote shared responsibility for addressing crime & disorder. This is also one of the goals of the SMC AAPI task force we pursue & want to achieve.

Your active participation will make a big difference since it will help all parties understand your challenges & difficulties & allow the resources to assist/allocate to the real needed parties in San Mateo City.

By-invitation-only luncheon meeting, not open to the general public. Don't share unless it's from the same faith organization.

The forum will conduct in three sections, overview, group discussion, & round table discussion.

Date | Time: Thursday, October 6th | 11: 00 AM - 1: 30 PM

Location: San Mateo City Police Department | 200 Franklin Pkwy, San Mateo, CA 94403


11:00 - 11:15 Welcome & Introductions

11:15am - 12:00pm Overviews from stakeholders.

12:00 - 12:10 Break

12:10 - 12:50 Group discussion

12:50 - 1:00 Round Table

Meal: Light lunch will be served

luncheon meeting seating is limited, & priority is given to faith-based organizations/ leaders in San Mateo city. Please register through EVENTBRITE to reserve your seat now.

Civic Leadership USA (CLUSA)

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is dedicated to empowering & organizing the Asian & Pacific Islander American (APIA) communities to create a national network of civic-minded organizations & leaders & work in unity. The Primary focus & priority are: (1) Civic Leadership Development with a moral compass; (2) Unity/Coalition Building among APIA communities & beyond.

San Mateo County AAPI Task Force

A diverse & multi-sector coalition of AAPI-identified leaders in San Mateo County working to build allyship ; as well as deliver equitable resources & opportunities that promote our security, economic vitality, representation, & civic engagement. Join the San Mateo County AAPI Leaders Community Directory! Please create an account to set up your leader profile.

San Mateo City Police Department

The San Mateo Police Department has always strived to represent excellence in policing. One way we do this is by staying one step ahead by anticipating trends, being proactive in all areas, & taking action before we have to react to crises. One of our most important ways to stay a step ahead of crime is through open communication with the community we serve. You, the community, are our best eyes & ears for what is happening in your neighborhoods, as well as helping us find ways to reduce crime. Working with you in an open & collaborative manner also holds us accountable which benefits the community most. Help us stay a step ahead by keeping yourself informed. On our website you will find a variety of ways to get involved & partner with the San Mateo Police Department. We truly value our community & look forward to meeting you out in the community.
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