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/Joseph Santos-Lyons

About Joseph Santos-Lyons

Joseph is passionate about his family and neighborhood, spending time outdoors with his partner and three school age children, and tending to a prolific plum tree. He is a past performing member of Portland Taiko, a multicultural trainer, and is particularly interested in the rising community of color electorate. Community board service includes Resolutions NW, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, and the Oregon Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs. Joseph completed his Bachelor of Science at the University of Oregon and Masters in Divinity from Harvard University.

Yes for Beaverton Schools

YES FOR BEAVERTON SCHOOLS

MAY 2014 ELECTION

Beaverton welcomes people from many cultures, including a growing Asian and Pacific Islander community.  Our public schools are giving kids a great education, and education is a foundation for opportunity and prosperity.    APANO endorses the Beaverton School Bond because our communities are better when our children and […]

By | 2014-05-14T16:04:30+00:00 May 14th, 2014|Education, Elections|

June 12 Monthly Meeting

Last month we had a really dynamic gender justice training — learning and dialoguing on how we define our families and how policy supports them.  We invite you to our June 12th meeting and an opportunity to continue to build your networks and get more engaged in Asian & Pacific Islander organizing & advocacy.

APANO May […]

By | 2014-05-14T11:17:38+00:00 May 14th, 2014|Events, Members|

Freedom School April 25-27 Eugene

APANO is proud to be co-sponsoring the Asian, Desi, Pacific Islander American (ADPIA) Freedom School!

University of Oregon
Eugene, OR
April 25-27, 2014

The Asian Desi Pacific Islander American (ADPIA) Freedom School is a space where students, professors, artists, community members and activists will come together to engage in discussion of how to build intersectional solidarity between ADPIA communities. This […]

By | 2014-04-10T07:49:42+00:00 April 10th, 2014|Events, Partners, Training|