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Today we’re highlighting the incredible partner breakout during our API Resiliency Summit. We analyzed data from the Asian Prisoner Support Committee Data Report on Incarcerated & Formerly Incarcerated AAPIs from 2022 and brainstormed what we believe the Central Valley needs to better support justice-impacted APIs.










We're honored to be a part of this powerful community!


We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Ed Trust-West program, Communities Organized for Racial Equity in Education (CORE Collective). Over the next two years, we will be working in partnership with these eight organizations from across the state:


✨Parent Organization Network

✨Black Educator Advocates Network (@blackeducatorsadvocate)

✨Black Californians United for Early Care and Education (@blackececa)

✨Latino Education Advancement Foundation (@leafscholars)

✨Central Valley Scholars (@centralvalleyscholars)

✨Empowering Marginalized Asian Communities (@emacstockton)

✨Calculus Roundtable

✨BLU Educational Foundation (@bluedfoundation)


To learn more about this two-year subgrant program, visit edtrustwest.info/CORE










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We're back with another API Resiliency Summit post! This post features a mix of our:


🌊Keynote Speakers: Si Dang & Eddy Zheng


🌊Panelists: Damrong Seechan, Anouthinh "Choy" Pangthong, & Chanthon Bun


🌊Caterers: Noreak w/ Swiss Catering


🌊Workshop Facilitators: Petey Toilolo, Jasmine Dellafosse, Virginia "Nia" Unga, Aisake "Kep" Tuiono


🌊Our co-sponsors Stockton's Office of Violence Prevention & Delta College's Phoenix Project


🌊And of course our numerous community partners!












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