Gambacorta Law Denounces AAPI Hate and Shares Important Video From Asian American Veteran

The Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in the United States have suffered lifetimes of racism, and during the last few weeks, people in these communities have been the victims of terrible hate crimes. Only weak, cowardly people commit these kinds of attacks against innocent members of AAPI communities. Fortunately, this behavior is not representative of all Americans.

At Gambacorta Law, we believe all people should have the opportunity to live freely and be treated as equals. All people, no matter their race, color, national origin, or religion should all have an equal chance to engage in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

This recent, ungodly talk is simply not American. The United States is a melting pot where people from all over the world come together to live their lives in freedom, without having to worry about being looked down on because of their differences and diversity.

As immigration attorneys, we are here to help make life a little easier for you while you transition from your home country to our great nation. Our mission is to help you achieve your goals of finding a better life with your family, a new career, getting married, or traveling internationally.

Is This Patriot Enough?

To reaffirm our commitment to immigrants and stand on the right side of history, we would like to share what Lee Wong, a first-generation immigrant, Asian American Veteran, and patriot, has to say about the state of racism in the United States.

In the viral video, “Is This Patriot Enough?”, the proud Asian American Official shows his military scars, talks about how racism has affected his life in the United States and condemns racist violence.

We encourage you to listen to what Lee Wong, the chairman of the West Chester, Ohio, Township Board of Trustees, has to say and consider ways to join us in taking a stand against AAPI hate.

In the meantime, know that we are proud to serve our local AAPI communities and all other people who wish to live and work in the United States at (847) 443-9303 and online.