An Le


An Le is the 2020 Census Statewide Network Manager with the Voting Rights and Census program. As the daughter of refugees from Vietnam, An was shaped by the labor exploitation and class disparities she witnessed at a young age, prompting her to pursue a career committed to using comprehensive strategies to achieve justice and dignity for low-wage immigrant workers.  Along those lines, she had the privilege to work as a legal organizer for the Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance, a research analyst for SEIU-United Service Workers West and United Healthcare Workers West, and a project director of community engagement at Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles.  She currently manages statewide outreach to Asian American and Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander communities for the 2020 Census through Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law Caucus. She proudly serves on the Board of Directors for the Wage Justice Center and the Southeast Asian Community Alliance.  An received her B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and her J.D. from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles.  In her free time, she enjoys sewing, reading, and playing with her dogs, Estelle and Butler.

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There are more than 5.6 million Syrian refugees in the world. And since Trump’s Muslim Ban went into effect, they haven't been allowed into the United States. Asmaa and Ramez, a Syrian couple, speak with AJ+ host Yara Elmjouie about how they were directly impacted while cooking fatteh, a traditional dish.

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