A civil rights attorney for three decades, Elizabeth R. OuYang’s areas of expertise include voting, immigration, race, sex, and disability discrimination at the workplace, media accountability, and combating hate crimes and police brutality. President Clinton appointed OuYang to serve as special assistant to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. OuYang has taught over 500 students at Columbia and New York University in the past fifteen years. As a consultant to The New York Community Trust, OuYang coordinated a funding collaborative to support organizations helping immigrants integrate into New York City. And, as former President and now member of OCA-NY Asian Pacific American Advocates, a non-profit, volunteer civil rights organization, she promotes and defends the rights of Asian Americans. OuYang also serves as a consultant to OCA-NY, the New York Immigrant Action Fund and APA VOICE (Voting and Organizing to Increase Civic Engagement).
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