Saturday, December 1, 2018

"Building Peace, Security, and Diversity in Squirrel Hill and Beyond: Pittsburgh’s Asian American leaders and members meet with the United States Department of Justice," December 3 at Chatham University.

Chatham University in Shadyside will host representatives from the Department of Justice to address concerns from the Asian-American and refugee business communities regarding safety and security in culturally and politically hostile environments.
The Department of Justice is coming to Pittsburgh to address the concerns of the Asian American and Refugee communities on Monday, December 3, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in the Mellon Board Room (MBR) in Mellon Center on Chatham University Shadyside Campus.

This meeting will cover security, safety, best practices when communities come under attack, protection of children, families and businesses. This will be very much like a Town Hall meeting where the audience has an opportunity to ask questions from these specialists.

The DOJ is making this special trip to share as much information possible and get our input, so please bring your questions and comments. We have their attention and this may be our only chance, so we need to do our best to bring as many people from our community to this meeting.

If translators are needed, please let us know.

Free parking is available and is about a 5-10 minute walk to the meeting room.

Please make your best effort to attend, we hope to see everyone there.