Meet one of APACE’s board members! Akemi is a Japanese American woman who was born in Denver, Colorado right after World War II. She is one of the founders of the original APACE organization that was formed in 1998. Akemi’s father was a community leader, and as a result she strongly believes that giving back […]
SeaTac, Washington was the first city in the nation to pass the $15 per hour minimum wage by only 77 votes in November of 2013. Every vote matters.
By: Sam Cho Board of Directors, Asian Pacific Americans for Civic Empowerment (APACE) Commissioner with the Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA) History is repeating itself on affirmative action. Except this time it feels different. Perhaps it’s because of the national attention around the lawsuit against Harvard. Or maybe it’s because Washington State is […]