Are you interested in building your skills to tell your story?
Do you want to help build political power to support our communities?
Are you motivated to speakout for equity and social justice?
We know that real change in our community starts with organized people who work together to identify and advocate on the issues we care about. In 2015 our legislative agenda includes measures to expand health access for immigrants, paid sick leave and better English Language Learning programs in our K-12 public schools. Together we can build civic power by mobilizing for our APANO Lobby Day on Monday April 13th at the Oregon Capitol in Salem. Sign up today to join our Lobby Day and attend one of our Legislative Trainings to prepare.
APANO Member Spotlight: Click here to read about Lan’s experience testifying for the first time in Salem on the importance of a statewide paid sick leave law.
APANO Legislative Trainings
Wednesday March 18th 6:00-8:00PM click here to register
AFSCME Union Hall, 1400 Tandem Ave NE
CIO Office, 12625 SW Broadway
Saturday April 4th 9:00-4:00 PM click here to register
APANO Community Health Forum, OHSU
Register today and join APANO members for a fun, interactive and inspiring training that will build your knowledge, skills and confidence. Learn about the Oregon political process, who your elected representatives are, and how to lobby them to support our communities interests. Childcare is available upon request.
Please contact Policy Coordinator Kathy Wai email@example.com. for more information.