For APANO’s first hybrid summer program, this four day workshop style series explored the intersections of identity, oppression, privilege, and power. Joined by guest speakers, young BIPOC folks between the ages of 14 and 19 engaged in activities + dialogue with peers in the community. In addition to virtual programming, the fourth and final day included an in-person celebratory outdoor picnic.
Through a partnership with National CAPACD and Niantic Labs, APANO is able to assist with offering AAPI-owned small businesses in Oregon the opportunity to have their business featured within the Pokémon GO game as a sponsored location for free for 1 year (a $730 value)! Pokemon Go is a location […]
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As we continue to navigate the uncertainty of our contemporary world, we look to our BIPOC artists and organizers for inspiration, healing, and solidarity. Check out these makers and radical thinkers this month, featuring recommendations by Cultural Work Coordinator, Roshani Thakore. If you would like to include an item to a […]
The 2021 legislative long session ended on June 28, 2021. Oregon’s progressive character once again made an impression on national conversations around policies that impact us.
APANO intentionally selected to endorse bills that we knew were going to enact systemic changes that would influence our collective futures as Oregonians who are also […]
Position Title: Environmental Justice Manager
Reports to: Policy Director
Employment Classification: Regular, exempt
Hours: 1.0 full time equivalent
Benefits: Generous 90% employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance; 401K plan with employer match; subsidized transit pass; cell phone reimbursement; paid time off & seven paid holidays annually […]