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AANHPI Heritage Month 

Thank you to all who came out to our May 11, 2024 AANHPI Heritage Month celebration event. We would like to take a moment to express our sincere appreciation again to our partner City of Olympia Parks staff Olivia and Rachael, our co-sponsors South Puget Sound Community College, APCC, Lacey Parks and Recreation, and all the performers, resource and information table hosts, and food and arts and craft vendors who participated in the event. Your participation added so much to our celebration! We are very grateful to the city and county elected officials, my co-Master of Ceremonies, our wonderful team of interns and support staff, and all the planning committee members and volunteers who helped make this event possible!! We know this event's success could not have happened without you--so THANK YOU!! 

 

We had a wonderful turnout and approximately 800 attended the event last week!! It is our pleasure to share our short video that highlights the event with you. We are currently working on a longer video and will share it with you when it is completed and ready.

Race Dialogue: "Change the Dynamics: What's Power Got to do with it"

On March 16th, APIC SPS held our annual Race Dialogue event entitled "Change the Dynamics: What's Power Got to do With It."

 

Special thank you to our speakers (Mukti Khanna, Kathy Baros Friedt, Mina Fedor, and Larry Delgado), and our co-sponsors (League of Women Voters of Thurston County, Inatai Foundation, Window Seat Media, and Playback Theatre).

Pathways to Success:
Finding and Maximizing Your Voice and Passion

This year's "Pathways to Success: Finding and Maximizing Your Voice and Passion" event happened on October 7, 2023. You can watch the highlights from the event in the video here!

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