Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 3 other subscribers
Check out photos from our Sustainable City pLAn workshop earlier this month, co-sponsored with Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council and AAPIP-LA.Special thanks to the Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles Department of Water & Power for updates on the City of Los Angeles' water conservation plan, Great Streets Initiative, and the first ever Sustainability Plan. Over 30 API community leaders provided critical insights, questions, and suggestions to the plan. As a significant part of the City of Los Angeles, APIs are an important constituency that is affected by all levels of City planning. We thank Mayor Garcetti and City of LA staff for their leadership in reaching out to our community for input as a partner in our City's future sustainability! ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Join the 15th Annual APA Community Holiday Toy Drive & Reception next Thursday 12/4 @ 6pm! ... See MoreSee Less
Join this Sat 11/15, 8:30-4:30 Okaeri: A Nikkei LGBTQ Gathering @ JANM (100 N Central Ave, LA) *More info and registration @ http://www.okaeri-la.org/OKAERI is a one-day gathering of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning individuals, family and allies. Okaeri means "Welcome Home" in Japanese and is a space to find support, resources, build greater inclusion in the Nikkei community,learn more and be involved in the LGBTQ community,& those curious about the intersection of the faith and LGBTQ communities. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Join this Sun 11/16, 2pm Voices from the Movement concert fundraiser, featuring Charlie Chin & Jumakae to support Serve the People Institute. Purchase tix @ MovementVoices.bpt.me*Sun 11/16, 2pm (across from JANM). 111 N. Central Ave, Los Angeles.*Serve the People Institute is a community-driven effort to preserve personal documents and images, share stories, and draw practical lessons from the organizing and activism of the Asian American Movement in Los Angeles in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s to pass on to the next generation of activists and leaders! ... See MoreSee Less