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Cultural Work Roundup October 2020

Throughout this year it has been clear how culture has been shaping the public consciousness, pushing forward the visions against systemic oppression in our country. In our final month before the election, BIPOC artists, writers and organizers are tackling one of the tools that can take us further in our collective liberation – […]

By |2020-10-08T19:18:51+00:00October 1st, 2020|Arts & Culture, Elections, Featured, News & Events, Uncategorized|

September Cultural Work Roundup

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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 […]

By |2020-09-22T22:51:39+00:00September 4th, 2020|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|

Cultural Work Roundup August 2020

The meaning of success can vary across time, space, and bodies; however, success is the common goal and enemy for our innermost and collective selves. How can we draw success in a shape that allows us to heal and grow? Is strategizing pear-shaped? An endless wave? An octagon with two circles in it? […]

By |2020-08-28T19:09:05+00:00August 10th, 2020|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|

Lead with your story: Apply for APANO’s Building Civic Power program in Washington County!

Deadline: Monday, August 17, 2020, 9:00am
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What is Building Civic Power?

Building Civic Power is a pilot program that will bring together 8-10 Asian and Pacific Islanders (APIs) in Washington County to amplify their storytelling power and civic leadership potential.

The goal of Building Civic Power is to develop API civic leaders in Washington County […]

By |2020-08-28T19:07:44+00:00July 27th, 2020|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|

June 2020 Cultural Work Roundup


How can we keep our Black and Brown siblings safe? How can we care for each other during and beyond the pandemic? COVID-19 has sharpened and expanded the impact of the historical and systematic processes targeting our communities. From unlearning to practicing, on ourselves and with each other, we can deeply and creatively […]

By |2020-06-10T00:38:34+00:00June 2nd, 2020|Arts & Culture, Featured, Uncategorized|