Collaborations: APACEvotes x Community Partners
Illustration by Jay Andreottola
At APACEvotes we are commited to working with our community partners to serve the Asian and Pacific American communities.We value the spirit of collaboration as we believe that working together will bring out the passion, creativity, and energy in bringing communities together, supporting our causes, and raising the collective voice of the Asian and Pacific American communities.
We are excited to work with you on your cause and projects. Check out some of our past collaborations below! Please contact us at email@example.com
APACE x International Examiner Youth Articles
Collaborators: International Examiner, APACE Youth Fellows
This year, during the month of September 2020, one of the first projects APACE fellows and community youth participated in consisted of media literacy to submit an article to the International Examiner. This media literacy experience consisted of one outreach strategy to get more youth involved by creating a writing contest for winners to receive $150 for a writing submission. The other media literacy experience consisted of APACE fellows to submit articles as their first project.
In addition, local artist Danthanh Trinh created the cover art with themes of free public education, medicare for all, affordable housing, protection of love, more green spaces, and immigrant rights. Each year, APACE sponsors a youth focused newspaper issue to be printed in October, leading up to election day with the International Examiner (cost of the sponsorship is $2,000.)
Youth Contest Writer Submissions:
- It’s Time To Speak Out About Mental Illness And Change The Way We Deal With It As An Ethnic Community
APACE Youth Fellows Organizer Submissions:
Cover image of APACE and International Examiner edition by Danthanh Tring
Flyer image of APACE and International Examiner by Christina Nguyen
APACE x 91.3FM Radio Station Podcast Interviews
Collaborators: 91.3FM Radio Station, APACE Youth Fellows, International Examiner
KBCS is partnering with Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Civic Engagement (APACE). News and Public Affairs Director, Yuko Kodama support and teaches the student fellows working at APACE about KBCS, podcast radio interviewing skills, and experience to hone their podcasting skills. Click below the link to listen to interviews with APACE Fellow Organizers and Yuko Kodama.
KBCS and APACE partnered with a podcast held on Thursday, September 10th, 2020 by Yuko Kodama with Former Governor, Gary Locke and Former Council Member, Larry Gossett. Topics included race relations and coalition building within communities of color. The Black Lives Matter Movement and getting the young minority vote out for 2020 elections. A community questionnaire was created for youth to submit questions for each interview.
APACE youth fellow organizer / 91.3FM KBCS fellow, Kai Le, interviewed Omari Salisbury, from Converge Media with Yuko Kodama and Fadumo from 91.3FM KBCS radio.
APACE x OCA-Greater Houston x Mi Familia Vota: Chill Out! December Destress + Decompress Self-Care Workshop
Collaborators: OCA-Greater Houston, Mi Familia Vota, and APACE with Youth Fellow Organizer, Taylor-Marie Mocorro and Youth Advocacy Organizer, Christina Nguyen
APACE Fellows Organizers collaboration with Mi Familia Vota and OCA-Greater Houston youth workshop. There were reflective and cross-pollination conversations with youth from Texas and Washington. There were 28 youth attendees!
Event Zoom Images:
Event Flyer by OCA-Greater Houston and Mi Familia Vota