APANO is proud to be co-sponsoring the Asian, Desi, Pacific Islander American (ADPIA) Freedom School!
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 […]
Community Organizing & Advocacy for Leadership Development (CORAL) – Winter 2014 Training Schedule Now Online!
THE APANO CORAL Training Program’s Winter 2014 Schedule is now online!
The APANO Community Organizing & Advocacy for Leadership Development (CORAL) Program advances diversity and civic leadership in order to fully engage communities in the decisions that affect them. This year-round training & leadership development series is open to all members of Oregon’s racial and […]
APANO is honored to be working with APICLI Fellows and Action Project Sites to build and strengthen leadership experiences of this year’s cohort!
Community Action Project (CAP) Descriptions
Community Action Projects are intended to enhance the core curriculum by providing a structured opportunity for experiential learning through a collaborative, team-oriented approach focused on an […]
- An expanded section in the Status of Oregon Women Report with essential data on women […]