External News References to Koreisha Senior Care & Advocacy
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Images of the March Rally in Little Tokyo on March 24, 2018.
The following is a reprint from the October 28, 2017 article in the print edition of The Rafu Shimpo newspaper, and online on November 1, 2017. SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown on Oct. 19 signed Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi’s Assembly Bill 651, which will strengthen the state attorney general’s oversight over the sale of nonprofit health care facilities, in order to protect and promote access to health care, particularly in immigrant communities.Read More
[KSCA submitted the following article to The Rafu, which published the English version on May 3, 2017. Japanese translation available below.] Let’s think about this for a moment. Years preceding the sale, Keiro was not in financial difficulties according to the annual financial statements. Keiro was making money. Keiro had a waiting list for the retirement home until the announcement to sell. Keiro had about $14 million in endowmentRead More
This is a reprint of an article published on the Rafu.com on Feb 11, 2017 Koreisha Senior Care & Advocacy (formerly the Ad Hoc Committee to Save Keiro) protested on Jan. 28 outside the Courtyard Marriott in Century City, urging Pacifica Companies not to increase rents for elderly Japanese Americans. Pacifica, a for-profit real estate development firm that owns the hotel, last year acquired four facilities previously operated by KeiroRead More
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On October 15, 2016, Koreisha Senior Care and Advocacy held a public forum, “Visions for Keiro’s Millions”. This forum allowed members of the community to step up and voice how they believe the millions of dollars of donation money and assets from the sale of the 4 properties should be utilized. That money came from the public through years of donations and therefore, belongs to the public. NOT THE KEIRORead More