Covid-19, which has recently influenced the whole world, has begun to show its effects in many areas. One of these areas was undoubtedly the economy. Many members of our community have been unemployed or forced to work part-time at a great risk. Read More
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, it is part of our civic and human responsibility to keep complying with the guidance and advice from medical experts and public health officials in our state. Read More
The Pacifica Foundation has organized free online English conversation partners for the members of our community who are English Language Learners and want to improve and practice their English-speaking skills. Read More
Pacifica Foundation thought of the talk series as a venue to cultivate friendship and strengthen civic dialogue among the many civil communities.
Pacifica Foundation is deeply saddened with the news of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last Monday. We share the sorrow of his family, friends, and the African-American Community.
In the face of prejudice and violence against individuals and communities of color, Pacifica Foundation condemns the individuals who caused the death of George Floyd and calls authorities to embed diversity, equity, and inclusion in the core practices of all of our institutions. Individuals who led to his death should be held accountable for their actions.
We are always and will be committed to uphold human rights and thrive for freedom and justice. No one should fear their skin color, ethnicity, race, views.
We would like to reiterate what Nelson Mandela said, “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”