Hurricane Sandy deeply impacted residents of New York City and the entire East Coast. Once again, the storm revealed how much harder disasters hit socially and economically vulnerable communities.
APEN is proud to announce the launch of the first-ever APIA voter guide in California.
Co-branded with our allies at MIV Action Fund, the voter guide is formally supported by 22 API serving organizations who represent a broad range of social sectors and a diversity of API ethnic groups and languages across the state. The guide has been translated into five languages, in addition to an English-only version: Chinese, Korean, Lao, Tagalog and Vietnamese. We have produced two print versions of the guide: a direct mail piece (9×27 fold out) and a downloadable (8.5×11) version.
What can you do?
- Facebook: Post link of announcement on your organizational, and personal, Facebook page
- Twitter: Retweet the link on organizational, and personal, twitter handle with #APIvotesCA
- Email: Include link of announcement in appropriate email communication to your network
18MR promotes APIA civic engagement by leveraging the power of technology and social media while collaborating with partners working in nonprofit, media, online, the arts and beyond. To learn more, please visit
APEN sends love to the National Domestic Workers Alliance and the California Domestic Workers Coalition celebrating their.