Recognizes the week of April 15 to April 19, 2019, as Cambodian Genocide Memorial Week, and calls upon all Californians to observe the week by participating in appropriate activities and programs.
Past Legislative Successes - Resolutions
Leg Year - 2019-2020
Recognizes April 22, 2019, as College Bound Day, in order to raise awareness of the importance of making education a priority in every household. Urges all citizens to show their support and fight against the educational crisis in the state by commemorating this day and increasing awareness, taking action, speaking up, and being proactive about the plight of education.
Proclaims May 7, 2019, as the Day of the Teacher. Urges all Californians to observe the Day of the Teacher by taking the time to remember and honor all individuals who give the gift of knowledge through teaching.
Declares June 20, 2019, as World Refugee Day. Reaffirms the bipartisan commitment of the United States to promote the safety, health, and well-being of the millions of refugees and displaced persons. Commends those who have risked their lives working individually and for the countless nongovernmental organizations and international agencies that have provided life-saving assistance and helped protect those displaced by conflict around the world. Reiterates the strong bipartisan commitment of the United States and California to protect and assist millions of refugees and other forcibly uprooted persons worldwide.
Recognizes May 23, 2019, as the 100th anniversary of UCLA’s founding and gratefully acknowledges its many achievements and 100 years of service to the State of California.
Recognizes June 4, 2019, as the 100th Anniversary of Congress Passing the Nineteenth Amendment and encourages all Californians to join in this observance.
Acknowledges May 23, 2019, as Latina Action Day. Encourages the people of the State of California to recognize and support the continuous work and commitment of all Latina leaders in our communities.
Proclaims the month of June 2019 as Immigrant Heritage Month.
Joins the Korean-American communities throughout the state in marking June 25, 2019, as the 69th anniversary of the Korean War.
Joins communities throughout the State of California in recognizing the month of August 2019 as American Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month.
HR 50: The Retirement Of E. Dotson Wilson As Chief Clerk Of The Assembly
Honors Chief Clerk E. Dotson Wilson on the occasion of his retirement.
Proclaims Thursday, August 22, 2019, as Black Women’s Equal Pay Day in recognition of the need to eliminate the gender gap in earnings by African American women and to promote policies to ensure equal pay for all.
Proclaims the month of September 2019 to be We Card Awareness Month. Encourages all California retailers to participate in “We Card Awareness Month” and to let their customers know that “in California, we don’t sell tobacco and other age-restricted products to kids!”
Designates November 1, 2019, and every November 1 thereafter, as Veterans in the Arts and Humanities Day in honor of veterans past and present for their contributions to the arts and humanities.
Recognizes the importance of California Native American Day, celebrated this year on September 27, 2019, and the annual California Cultural Awareness Conference to the enhancement of awareness of California Indian culture.
Recognizes Women’s Equality Day upon the anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, August 26, 2019, and its historic importance to women’s rights, including the battle to attain those rights in the past, present, and future.
Recognizes September 11, 2019, as a day of solemn commemoration and continues to extend its deepest sympathies to the thousands of innocent victims of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, and to their families, friends, and loved ones. Honors the heroism and the sacrifices of United States military and civilian personnel and their families who have sacrificed much, including their lives and health, in defense of their country, and credits the heroism of first responders, law enforcement personnel, state and local officials, volunteers, and others who aided the victims of these attacks and, in so doing, bravely risked their own lives and long-term health. Expresses thanks and gratitude to the foreign leaders and citizens of all nations who have assisted and continue to stand in solidarity with the United States against terrorism in the aftermath of the attacks on September 11, 2001, and asks them to continue to stand with the United States against international terrorism.