~ A SPECIAL PROGRAM ~ “HOW TO AVOID CREDIT CARD THEFT” – April 26, 2014 in PARAMUS, NJ

SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR
OCA-NJ CHAPTER MEMBERS AND FRIENDS:
“HOW TO AVOID CREDIT CARD THEFT”

~ Presentations by David Cox – Supervisory Special Agent, FBI Newark Office & COCHI HO – Former FBI Agent ~ Coordinated by analyst, TENNIE GRIFFIN                       Saturday, April 26, 2014, 1-3PM — at The Girl Scout Council in Paramus, NJ THERESA FANELLI – Special Agent, Newark Office & COCHI HO – Former FBI Agent ~ Coordinated by Analyst TENNIE GRIFFIN

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2014 OCA-NJ Scholarship Essay Topic, Requirements, Application & Heritage Celebration Luncheon Flyer

Must be postmarked by April 30, 2014 ~ 

If you have any questions or any problems printing out the documents & would like them sent as attachments via email or sent via US Postal Mail to you, please contact Mr. L. Ray Lee @ oca.njmembership@gmail.com

Thank You!

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SPECIAL PROGRAM ON AN IMPORTANT ISSUE: Potential Impact of SCA-5 and Challenges Faced by Asian American Students

Please join us ~ Sunday, March 30, 2014 at the Millburn Public Library 200 Glen Ave., Millburn, NJ

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VOTE NO TO SCA-5 ~ OCA-New Jersey Chapter Hosts Panel Discussion

Below Chinese newspaper article & photo by “Chinese News Weekly” Staff Reporter, Huling Chan.


OPPOSE: Allowing the considerations of race, sex, & skin color for admission, recruitment & retention at Public Colleges & Universities! OCA-New Jersey Chapter hosts Panel Discussion.
[By Chinese News Weekly reporter, Huling Chan]

On March 30, 2014, 2pm, OCA-New Jersey Chapter hosted a panel discussion at the Millburn Public Library. More than 100 people sat at this panel discussion with the majority in attendance being Chinese Americans.

Yuan-Fen Lai was the moderator for this panel discussion. The topic of the day’s panel discussion was the Potential Impact of California’s SCA-5 legislation & the Challenges faced by the Asian Pacific American Students. California state senator Edward Hernandez introduced the SCA-5 Bill which basically if passed, will allow public colleges & universities to use race, sex, skin color & national origin in their considerations for student recruitments, admissions & student retention. If the SCA-5 bill passes, the majority of the Asian Pacific American students will very likely be met with discrimination during admissions because of their race & the color of their skin. This bill caused quite a big stir in California & drew strong opposition & criticism from many Chinese Americans. Although the SCA-5 bill is currently temporarily withdrawn; it is however, not indicative that it will not be re-introduced again in the future.

The lead presenter in this Panel Discussion ~ OCA-New Jersey Chapter president Virginia Ng, believes that as Chinese Americans, we need to unite together to protect our rights! New York and New Jersey both have large Asian American population. Going forward, is it possible that students in these states will face similar cases of racism & discriminations? We don’t know for sure but we need to help the Asian American students fight for fairness and equality!  We need to raise our voices for our fellow Chinese and Asian Americans!

Rounding out the 4 panelists of this day’s panel discussion are: Jack Ouyang, PhD ~ Chinese Alliance for Equality; Chunyan Li, PhD ~ Professor at Pace University; Austin Jia ~ Student at Millburn High School. They each went up on the podium separately to present their voices. They cited the recent segment of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live Television as one example of racism & called out to everyone to take action.

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OCA-New Jersey 2014 Schedule

OCA-New Jersey 2014 Schedule 

2/8 ~ OCA-NJ Lunar New Year Dinner & Celebration @ Noodle Chu’s, Parsippany

3/30 ~ Potential Impact of SCA-5, Panel Discussion @ Milburn Library            Panelists: Virginia L. Ng, Dr. Jack Ouyang, Dr. Chunyan Li & Austin Jia

4/26 ~ “How to Avoid Credit Card Theft” ~ Girl Scout Center, Paramus 1-3pm   Presenters: Theresa Fanelli and Cochi Ho, assistance from Tennie Griffin 

4/26 ~ Exec Board Meeting

6/1 ~ Asian Heritage Celebration/Scholarship and Internship Luncheon @ Port of Call Restaurant, Hackensack ~ Award Program starts 11:45AM, Buffet Luncheon from 1-3:30PM

8/7-8/10 ~ OCA Natonal Convention- Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles,CA

9/7 ~ FCC & OCA 4 Chapters Picnic, Van Saun Park, Paramus

October ~ Corp Achievement Awards, Wash DC

10/18 ~ OCA-NJ Exec Board Meeting; Elections; Program to be announced

11/29 ~ Gift Wrapping Session ~ Girl Scout Office, Paramus

12/6 ~ Holiday Ball @ The Bethwood in Totowa, NJ

12/13 ~ OCA & Charles B. Wang Community Health Center Holiday Party, NY, NY

 

 

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Click on the Green Color Round Icon (with the heart inside) located on the Upper Right Corner of the Homepage on our website to link directly to our new FB Page.

 

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OCA-NEW JERSEY MEMBERSHIP FORM

Our current members would love to have you on board!!  To join OCA New Jersey Chapter, please print out our membership form below & mail out today.  If you are having a problem printing out the form on this website or if you have any questions, please contact Mr. L. Ray Lee @ oca.njmembership@gmail.com

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