Haeyoung Yoon

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Haeyoung Yoon

Speaker at From Manila to Manhattan

Communities Speak Out on Martial Law, Militarization, and Police Brutality

Saturday, October 29, 2005

New School University 66 West 12th Street

Partial Speaker List:

Dr. Joi Barrios poet/playright, professor, University of the Philippines-Diliman; convenor, Congress of Teachers for Nationalism and Democracy (CONTEND); board member- Philippine Studies Program of University of California

Dr. Robyn Rodriguez professor at Rutgers University, founder of Critical Filipino Filipina Studies Collective, member of NY Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines

Haeyoung Yoon Attorney, CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities, Returned ISM delegate from Hacienda Luisita team

Monami Maulik organizer, Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM), Returned ISM delegate from Eastern Visayas

Camilo Romero organizer, United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS), Retured ISM delegate from Hacienda Luisita

Bernadette Ellorin BAYAN USA regional representative, NY Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines; Returned ISM delegate from Surigao del Sur team

Left Forum 2009

The Right to the City:

Host Committee

The Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco) Celebrates 45 years of Resilience and Resistance.

On Saturday, October 7, 2017, the Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco) will celebrate our 45th anniversary with the theme, “Harnessing the Strength of a Thousand Rivers.

Host committee members were:

Fahd Ahmed, Alysabeth Alexander, Mike Casey, Myra Chow,Cathy Dang, Antonio Diaz, Supervisor Sandy Lee Fewer, Norman Fong, Conny Ford, Alicia Garza,George Goehl, Rudy Gonzales, Corinna Gould, Sherry Hirota, Dana Kawaoka-Chen, Helen Kim, Supervisor Jane Kim, Aarti Kohli, Laura Livoti, Gordon Mar, Xavier Morales, Vanessa Moses, Tim Paulson, Supervisor Aaron Peskin, Ai-jen Poo, and Mu Ping Poo, Supervisor Hillary Ronen, Saket Soni, Sarath Suong, Mabel Teng, Shiree Teng, Supervisor Norman Yee, Haeyoung Yoon, Miya Yoshitani, Anand Singh.[1]

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