Salem, Ore., March 26th, 2014 — APANO applauds the release of final rules governing how race, ethnicity, language and disability status are collected by the Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services. The rules feature new culturally competent practices and uniform procedures that are designed to improve data collection and inform solutions […]
Delivered January 15th, 2014 at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Nagasaki Peace Bell Ceremony
by Rev. Dr. Jonipher Kwong, First Unitarian Church of Honolulu
For 26 years we’ve been celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. King here in Honolulu, yet this year, it seems a bit different to me.
Maybe it’s because I’ve seen many of you […]
Oregon is in the midst of a dental health crisis that is threatening our children’s health and educational success. One third of Oregon children have tooth decay, and that rate is even higher in communities of color, and in many of our Asian and Pacific Islander communities. The solution is a combination of education, […]