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    On A Mission Church AIB2B Presented “What Are Our Children Learning Today?”

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    Over 100 people in the Asian and Latino communities came together to hear members of the business, nonprofit, religious, government, and educational communities address the public’s concerns with what our children are learning in school today. Topics included for discussion were marijuana, sex education and abortion.

    Diverse members of the Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Filipino, Hispanic and many other communities engaged with the presenters and were shocked to hear the direction our schools are going. These parents, grandparents, guardians and others were very interested to hear the ways they can express their disapproval to their schools and their government representatives who enacted these regulations.

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    555 South Gartel Drive

    Walnut, CA 91789

    Christ The King Lutheran Church Lcms along with On a Mission Church graciously hosted the event. Marc Ang, founder of Asian Industry B2B (AIB2B), was the event organizer. Panelists and special guests included Gina Gleason, Executive Director of the organization Faith & Public Policy, Pastor Carlos Robles of local On a Mission Church, Pastor Him Dhujana of City Blessing Church, and representatives from Agape Christian Church along with representatives from Senator Ling Ling Chang’s and O.C. Supervisor Michelle Steel’s office, and Saga Zhou, head of The Orange Club. Also attending were Councilman Eric Ching of Walnut, Orange County Assessor Claude Parrish, Karen Cuen from For Kids and Country who is a mom and teacher for 29 years, Ann Coil from the Lincoln Club of Orange County, and Keny Chang who is running for city council in La Verne.

    About Asian Industry B2B (AIB2B): AIB was founded by community leader, Marc Ang, for businesses and professionals in the east San Gabriel Valley, Orange County and the Inland Empire to gather once a month, every second Wednesday. The mission is to build an intimate network of quality professionals engaged in charity, cultural and political activities, to foster meaningful collaborations, enrich business owners’ lives and support a platform to elevate the Asian American community through local business leaders.

    For more information please contact founder/president, Marc Ang at [email protected] or visit http;//

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