How might we...
- How might we build power and shift worldview in our communities?
- How Might We cultivate a larger statewide network of APEN activists to build power locally and throughout the state to win our policy priorities and campaign?
- How might we determine our focus on initial approach to individual membership? What would statewide membership look like structurally for API communities?
If we develop members to grow capacity, then we have a greater ability to shift the political worldview of API immigrants and refugees in CA towards a Just Transition framework.
See APEN Five Bold Steps
See Draft Proposal for State Membership
GOAL | MEASURE
By end of 2019 (date subject to change) have
- have 2,000 statewide APEN dues paying members.
- 60-100 members participating in one offline APEN activity per year.
- 20 of these members would be developed to become Oakland and Richmond activists to grow local capacity.
- Greater ability to shift the political worldview of API immigrants and refugees in CA towards a Just Transition framework.
- Strengthened ability to impact electoral issues locally, statewide, and in key regions of the state.
- More power to pass local and state policy that fulfills our goals for Just Transition.
- Increased income to grow and diversify APEN and APEN Action’s funding base.
- Locate new donors to support APEN’s work