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Apply to be a member of APANO’s board!

Applications are now open to join APANO’s 2020-2021 board of directors!  We are looking for interested volunteers with a diverse set of skills, lived experience, and professional backgrounds to help lead the organization!  We are looking for applicants for 501(c)(3) board, the 501(c)(4) board, and sub-committee positions.

The primary purpose of the Board is to ensure […]

By | 2020-02-26T05:34:45+00:00 February 25th, 2020|Featured, News & Events|

Hey Washington County!

APANO West is one of our newest locations and first office West of the Willamette River. We sat down with Jairaj Singh, our Community Outreach manager to learn more about what APANO’s presence means in Washington County.


Q1: So where can I find APANO in Washington County?

JS: Our presence in Washington […]

By | 2020-02-13T23:07:56+00:00 February 13th, 2020|Featured, News & Events|

2020 Legislative Session Begins!

pictured above: APANO and partners testifying for COFA tuition equity (HB 4099)

The 2020 Legislative Session opened on February 3, and we are excited about a number of bills this session that have the potential to benefit Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Read on for more information on some of the bills we’re supporting […]

By | 2020-02-11T01:06:41+00:00 February 10th, 2020|Featured, News & Events|

Cultural Work Roundup! February 2020


February is full of BIPOC arts and culture! Some of our community event highlights are below. Get out and support artists and cultural workers of color around town this month! 


Saturday, Sunday, 2/1 -2/2: Listening to Silence – This performance is inspired by the artistic director’s long-time meditation on […]

By | 2020-02-15T22:14:42+00:00 January 28th, 2020|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|

May 2020 Primary Election Endorsement Process

“We do not take democracy for granted. We feel it grow in our working together—many millions of us working toward a common purpose. If it took us several decades of sacrifice to arrive at this faith, it is because it took us that long to know what part of America is ours.”

By | 2020-01-02T23:24:41+00:00 December 20th, 2019|Advocacy, Campaign, Elections, Featured, News & Events|