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Support a Zero-Tolerance Harassment Policy in the Military

1,209 Signatures Goal: 5,000

OCA, a national organization dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs), is deeply concerned with the culture of harassment in the military.

While harassment can take many forms, our concerns have been heightened in recent months by a number of disturbing incidents in the military, i.e. Private Danny Chen and Lance Corporal Harry Lew. We seek to end such events from happening again through a thoughtful and constructive dialogue on the larger issue of influencing military reform while seeking justice for the cases that are being tried. Our advocacy mandate is based on zero tolerance for all forms of harassment including but not limited to bias based on race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation.
 
If you support our current efforts to bring expedient accountability from the Department of Defense to have a zero-tolerance harassment policy in place, please sign this e-petition. 

Thank you for being an “Advocate” for our communities.

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