Here to Stay

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. To celebrate, Asia Society and The Asian American Bar Association of New York invited four guest speakers to share their stories.
While their life experiences differ, the general themes overlap. Many shared personal details of their journey, including when they knew they were undocumented. Their courageous speeches serve as inspiration to the local community- and will hopefully resonate around the country.

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