80-20 Actions to Break The Glass Ceiling
a. Within the Asian Am. Community
i) Full pages Ads: In Chinese, English, Korean and Vietnamese, among Chinese-, Filipino-, Indian-, Japanese-, Korean- and Vietnamese- and other Asian American communities. 80-20 EF has spent $20,000 to place full-page ads in almost all major ethnic dailies andweeklies in the Asian American community.
ii) Visits with the Editorial Board: 80-20 has organized teams to visit with various editorial teams of the ethnic newspapers to raise awareness within the Asian American media of the low glass ceiling. These visits have successfully concluded.
iii) Press conference: On June 10th, 80-20 volunteers are organizing 8 simultaneous press conferences at the following locations and times:
SF: 11 a.m.; Oakland Asian Cultural Center at Renaissance Plaza 2nd Floor, 388 9th Street Suite 290 (Conference Rm#3) Oakland, CA 94607Tel: (510) 637-0455 Joel Wong, Tim Chen & Cheng Liao JoelinWong@aol.com[Press Release]
Boston: 11 a.m.conference room of the Greater Boston Chinese
Cultural Association, 437 Cherry St. West Newton, MA. Larry
Ho & Chi-Chen Chang email@example.com
St. Louis: 2 p.m., Marillac Hall Lobby of South Campus, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1 University Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63121 Kim Song & Jean Trae firstname.lastname@example.org
New Jersey: 11:00am – 1:00PM (Sunday 6/11/06), Clarion Hotel & Towers 2055 Lincoln Highway (Rt.27) Edison, NJ 08817 Sean Chen:email@example.com
b. Within the General Society (under construction)
ii) Media: 80-20 EF and PAC will concurrently and independently organize the same actions as above, but this time in the general society. The focus may differ but the facts will remain the same.
iii) Political Establishment