Congrats to Mee Moua! The Asian American Justice Center (AAJC) just announced that the former Minnesota State Senator will be their new president and executive director, replacing Karen Narasaki who is stepping down after 20 years on the job. AAJC is a non-partisan, national non-profit whose mission is to advance the human and civil rights of Asian Americans and build and promote a fair and equitable society. Moua is set to lead their efforts to promote civic engagement and work to create strong communities and an inclusive society. Of her successor, Narasaki has only good words: “Mee already has an impressive record as a strong civil rights advocate. Her tremendous experience, insight, passion and outstanding reputation make her a wonderful choice to lead an organization that has become so important to ensuring the voices of the nation’s growing Asian American and Pacific Islander communities are heard.” Sounds like AAJC is in good hands.
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