May 2022 Cultural Work Roundup

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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Check out these ways to celebrate our existence and resistance with the monthly dose of AAPI and BIPOC makers, radical thinkers, and resources featuring recommendations by Cultural Work Coordinator, Roshani Thakore. If you would like to include an item to a […]

By |2022-05-04T20:30:17+00:00May 4th, 2022|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|

Announcing Our Next Artist Catalyst Program Artist – Midori Hirose

Announcing our selected artist, Midori Hirose, to work on our next public art project!

In March, we sought applications for an artist to work closely with community members, APANO staff, and neighboring institutions to create a new community-based public art project honoring the history and legacy of the thriving orchards in East Portland. After reviewing many […]

By |2022-04-27T17:46:06+00:00April 27th, 2022|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|

April 2022 Cultural Work Roundup

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Here’s your monthly dose of BIPOC makers, radical thinkers, and resources featuring recommendations by Cultural Work Coordinator, Roshani Thakore to help you heal and stay inspired. If you would like to include an item to a future Cultural Work Roundup, email Roshani at roshani@apano.org by the 20th of that […]

By |2022-04-04T20:22:12+00:00April 4th, 2022|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|

APANO’s May 2022 Endorsement Slate

Here we are again: Midterm Elections. What is this about? Didn’t we just vote two years ago?

Midterm elections are “off-year” elections that occur in the middle of a Presidential term. Locally this year we are electing members of the Oregon State Legislature (which is the legislative branch). State Legislature […]

By |2022-04-07T20:56:41+00:00March 30th, 2022|Featured, News & Events|

APANO’s Victories in the 2022 Legislative Session

Legislative session ended on Monday, March 7. Short session, which occurs in the even numbered years, was originally intended for resolving budgetary issues and fixing already-passed legislation. In recent years however, the legislature started to look at how major policies impact communities during short sessions as well.

Both of our major priorities passed in […]

By |2022-04-07T20:55:51+00:00March 29th, 2022|Featured, News & Events|
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