The Asian-American National Committee, Inc. (AANC) has been duly authorized by the United States federal and state governments to represent all Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders, Native-Americans, and others, along with minority small and medium-sized businesses throughout the United States and abroad, for the past 21 years. We are also an official NGO of the United States government.
Moreover, we have been collaborating and partnering with many well-known federal agencies, elected, business and community leaders, organizations, companies, and corporations, nationally and internationally, in international trades, foreign direct investments, supply chain, economic and business development, social justice, economic justice, health justice, and various related matters.
Our AANC national office has been very active in leading, advocating, and passionately fighting against hate crimes, racial discrimination, and racial harassment that have been egregiously perpetrated against innocent Asian-Americans throughout the United States, along with many other important civil rights issues, as we have been for the past 21 years with many successes with the federal and states hate crime statutes duly passed and signed into law.
The AANC is actively and passionately leading the Asian Lives Matter | Stop Asian Hate | Movement Starts Here. The AANC is leading and empowering the Asian-American Civil Rights Movement along with our various elected, civic, business, and community leaders, national and international organizations, and corporate partners. Moreover, the AANC is also leading and advocating for the “10 Actionable Points Toward Achieving Justice, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Freedom.” (Please visit our website for info).
Let us bring Asian-Americans and others into the American mainstream and worldwide. Together, we can help each other to achieve diversity, equity, and inclusion, so that everyone can have equal and fair opportunities in attaining the American Dream and more.
Your much-needed financial donations and support to make this becomes reality and successful are greatly appreciated. Be an agent of change by joining our Asian-American Civil Rights Movement. Do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or call (855) 702-2262, if you have any questions or in need of additional information. Thank you . Take care.