PCDC Daily Webinars 每天資源分享 4/6/2020: Unemployment Benefits
During COVID-19 stay at home order, PCDC hosts daily webinars on different topics to share resources available to the community. We host the webinars from Monday to Friday, 11 AM – 12 PM. You can join on your computer by click https://zoom.us/j/678274909, password: 697044, or call in by phone: 646-558-8656，Meeting ID: 678274909，Password: 697044.
We covered how to apply for Unemployment Benefit, Philadelphia 2019 COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund, SBA loans, Census 2020, etc. To view all the videos, please visit: here.
PCDC每天舉行ZOOM網絡會議與大家分享疫情期間的資源和福利。分享會在周一到周五，每天11點-12點。參加會議可以通過電腦點擊https://zoom.us/j/678274909加入，密碼: 697044。也可以通過手機加入，撥打: 646-558-8656，輸入會議ID: 678274909，密碼: 697044。
PCDC is a grassroots, non-profit, community-based organization.
Our mission is to preserve, protect, and promote Chinatown as a viable ethnic, residential, and business community.
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State Rep. Mary Isaacson Speaks to Chinatown during COVID-19 Crisis at PCDC 州議員在PCDC發表關於新冠疫情講話
PHILADELPHIA, PA - March 20, 2019 - Rep. Isaacson assured the community that their concerns were being heard. “I have been talking with people across this District and across this state, and I know the devastation that COVID-19 is having on our families and businesses”, said Rep. Isaacson.
For individuals and families that have had their employment impacted by the coronavirus, the Pennsylvania Office of Unemployment Compensation is now taking applications for Unemployment Compensation benefits and Workers’ Compensation benefits.
In regards to public reactions of the coronavirus, Rep. Isaacson strongly denounced any acts of racial intimidation, harassment, and assaults against ethnic Chinese and Asian Americans due to misinformation about COVID-19. “The idea that ethnic Chinese and Asian Americans are contagious and to be blamed is ridiculous and false. I am asking the state administration to provide resources to deter these acts and offer resources to victims”, said Rep. Isaacson.
If you are a victim of harassment or violence, please call 9-1-1 to report it.
PCDC Youtube Spotlight
Go, Go, Go Celebrate Chinatown! Presented by PCDC and AARP.
PCDC Youtube Spotlight
On December 4, 2018, PCDC premiered “Staying Put: Stories of Chinatown’s Resistance” at Scribe Video Center’s 2018 Precious Places Community History Project World Premiere at the Lightbox Film Center. Read more about this here.