Joseph Santos-Lyons

Since the early 1970's, Joseph has migrated around Oregon, living in Clackamas, Marion, Lane and Multnomah counties. A hapa with three kids in school, a burgeoning urban garden and a divinity degree, he dedicates the rest of his time as staff for the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO) working on racial equity in public policy and civic engagement. Previously he knocked on 1,000 doors mostly in N/NE Portland and phone banked 1,000 people to get involved. "We need to have more voices, leaders and ideas from all of Oregon's communities. At APANO, we envision a world where we are engaged in the political, economic and social issues that impact us."

PublishedTitle Comments
Nov. 09, 2016Gratitude In These Times
Mar. 02, 2016Limited Repeal of IZ Needs Work in 2017
Nov. 10, 2015Surveillance Targets Oregon Racial Justice Activists
Jul. 13, 2013Remembering Trayvon, No More Zimmermans
Nov. 07, 2012Oregon POC Highlights
Jun. 19, 2012Amira's Story | AAPIs Need Permanent Solutions As Well
May. 13, 2012Mama's Day, Our Way
May. 01, 2012212,000 Asian Pacific Islanders in Oregon
Apr. 22, 2012June Key Delta: Celebrating Black Environmentalism
Apr. 24, 2011Cultural Competency: A 21st Century Skill
Sep. 01, 2010In a region that values sustainability, why is our bus system in such decay?

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