Since our last update, our communities have continued to struggle through the COVID-19 pandemic. Many community anchors have shut down, workers have had to return to work in unsafe conditions, families are unable to pay their rent. But through it all, our communities have proven that we are stronger when we work together. […]
2020 has been a challenging year for our communities. COVID-19 has amplified long existing injustices in our housing, work, and healthcare systems, leaving workers, caregivers, people of color, low income folks struggling to survive. Violence against Black communities continues while police accountability is non-existent. This week we also mourn as fires ravage our […]
Everyone deserves a place to live, but oftentimes, accessing vital resources presents a challenge to our Asian American and Pacific Islander communities (AAPI) in Washington County who are working to provide for themselves and their families. The purpose of this guide is to share useful information about housing resources and how to access them.
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While some of us know our special powers and have found places to give, others are still searching for their purpose in this growing, multifaceted movement against the dominant culture. How does one find their way through the noise, stay true to themselves, and strengthen their […]
APANO (Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon) seeks to retain a consultant, firm or organization to assist the board and staff to recruit and hire the organization’s next Executive Leadership. This RFP outlines the expectations and timeline for the scope of work. The selected firm will possess capacity and competencies on a full range of […]