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.

Community Statement on May 26th, 2017 Violence by White Supremacist

May 27, 2017

Community Statement on May 26th, 2017 Violence by White Supremacist

We are grieving the brutal stabbing and murder of two courageous bystanders who sought to disrupt a potential assault on a Muslim woman on the TriMet Hollywood MAX station. We extend our heartfelt care and support to the […]

By |2017-05-31T22:36:56+00:00May 27th, 2017|Featured, Press Release|

Joint Statement on COFA and Executive Orders

Joint Statement on COFA and Executive Orders

COFA Alliance National Network, APANO, Micronesian Islander Community of Oregon, Oregon Marshallese Comunity, ACLU of Oregon, Palau Association of Oregon

February 20, 2017

We want to acknowledge that there are recently published news reports that have stated that an Executive Order (EO) from the White […]

By |2017-02-21T20:55:01+00:00February 20th, 2017|Immigration, National|

Oregon Momentum for COFA Healthcare

Today the Oregon Legislature convened for their annual five week “short session” and we are pleased to announce that one of APANO’s top Our Families Our Health legislative priorities – HB 4071 Restoring COFA Healthcare – had a successful public hearing and was voted out of the House Healthcare Committee with a unanimous […]

OR House 36 – Williamson

On November 4th, Oregonians in Southwest Portland will vote to elect a State Representative for District 36.  The race features incumbent Democrat Jennifer Williamson and no major challenger.  Each candidate was given equal opportunity to respond to APANO’s questionnaire, to engage more directly with Oregon’s 220,000 Asian and Pacific Islanders.  Their responses to 3 questions crafted by […]

By |2016-11-18T23:23:44+00:00October 21st, 2014|Elections|
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