IAFPE - General Body Meeting
IAFPE GENERAL BODY MEETING
SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 2014
11:30 AM - Registration
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Meeting
The Massachusetts Chapter of the
INDIAN AMERICAN FORUM FOR POLITICAL EDUCATION
The historical Lexington Depot Hall
Lexington Center, Lexington, MA
Introduce the new slate of its Executive Committee for the 2014-2016 term, proposed by the Nominating Committee and to pass the baton to them.
Announcement of an exciting program presentation that will be made that day- the first of its kind in the nation that directly impacts our Indian American community here.
A presentation of a new landmark study completed by the Asian American for Advancing Justice on the demographic composition and economic, education, health, civic participation data of all Asian sub groups in the northeast, with special emphasis and details on 3 metro areas - Boston, New York and Philadelphia. And naturally, data on the Indian Americans - the second largest group of Asians - is quite an eye opener.
This is being presented by Mr. Giles Li, Executive Director of the BCNC - Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center.
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