Bill Tamayo

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Bill Tamayo

Asian Law Caucus

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Asian Law Caucus, 1980s, Front row Madge Bello, Don Tamaki, Nancy Wong, unidentified Back row Bobbie Camacho, Debbie Lim, Dennis Hayashi, Joyce Matsumori, Bill Tamayo, Ed Lee, Vicky Chin and Gene Lam.

The Asian Law Caucus began in Oakland in the early 1970s and later moved to San Francisco. It provided legal services to low income Asians.

Filipino Jackson supporters 1984

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Filipino Jesse Jackson supporters in 1984 included Bay Area: Luisa Blue SEIU, Paul Estabalaya, church and community groups, Roger Estrella, Phd, Lillian Galedo, director Filipino Immigrant Services, Remy Galedo, Union of Democratic Filipinos, Emil de Guzman, Senior Escort Program, Mila de Guzman, coordinator Bay Area Coalition Against the Simpson/Mazzoli Bill, Ed Ilumin, San Francisco Human Rights Commission, Leni Marin, West Coast coordinatoe CJDV, Sr. Felicia Sarati, OSJ, Bill Sorro, trade unionist, Bill Tamayo, attorney, coordinator BACASM, Jing Villareyes, Committee for a Democratic Union, Becky Villones, Human Relations Commission, Santa Clara County. Los Angeles: Paul Daza, student UCLA, Raul Daza, attorney, Antonio de Castro, cordinator Early Outreach UC Irvine, Sumi Haru, Mel Ilumin, director Asian Coalition, chairman Southern California Filipino-American Student Association, Andrea Aquino-Luna, Cas Tolentino, president Filipino Lawyers of Southern California.

Frontline Forum

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In Bill Tamayo, National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, and VP National Lawyers Guild and Barbara Pottgen, Line of March, addressed a Frontline Forum in Fresno,June 27, 1987.

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

In San Francisco, former activist Bill Tamayo is now a leading attorney of the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Advisory Board Maurice & Jane Sugar Law Center

As at Winter, 2008, the following served on the Advisory Board of the Maurice & Jane Sugar Law Center:

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