• National CAPACD Supports the Nominations of Nani Coloretti and Erika Moritsugu to HUD

    National CAPACD applauds President Obama's nominations of Nani Coloretti to Deputy Secretary and Erika Moritsugu to Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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  • Program Assistant Job Announcement

    National CAPACD seeks a highly motivated, flexible Program Assistant to join a dynamic and rapidly growing organization. The Program Assistant will provide critical support to National CAPACD’s Housing Counseling Program and support our evolving work in Asset Building and Community Development in the Oakland office.

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  • Next Generation Leadership Program Scholarship for National Convention Now Available!

    Scholarships through our Next Generation Leadership Program are now available for National CAPACD members to join us at our 2014 Annual Convention, The Movement for Economic Justice: Changing Our Narratives Together at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington DC, June 8-11, 2014. 

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  • National CAPACD Newsletter: December 2013

    In this issue:
    1) Support National CAPACD with a Tax-Deductible Year-End Donation!
    2) Save the Date! The 2014 National CAPACD Convention Will Be June 8-11
    3) Community in the Capital Advocacy Institute
    4) Congressional Briefing on AAPI Poverty
    5) Poverty Report Update - 5 Reasons Why AAPI Poverty Remains Invisible
    6) Fast for Families
    7) Policy Updates
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  • Is “Creating Community” Still the End Goal of Community Development?

    By: Josh Ishimatsu, Director of Capacity Building and Research at National CAPACD
    From: Rooflines
    Part of the reason why CDCs have not been able to sustain a consistent, long term set of community organizing programs—why most CDCs have not been able to do community organizing at the depth and scale and for the duration that Chinatown CDC has been able to—is that many CDCs’ relationship to community organizing has become corrupted.  As CDCs became more focused on real estate development, organizing became more about gaining approval and funding for real estate development projects.  The relationship with community residents became more of a means to an end rather than an end in and of itself. 
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  • National CAPACD Joins Growing Network of Fasters for Immigration Reform

    December 3, 2013
    Kevin Sanada
    (202) 223-2442
    National CAPACD Joins Growing Network of Fasters for Immigration Reform
    Community leaders from around the country join “Fast for Families” effort
    The National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD) will fast this week in solidarity with faith, labor, immigrant rights, and community advocates in a call for commonsense reforms to our broken immigration system. Board members, staff, and allies of National CAPACD will fast for 24 hour periods throughout the week in support of the “Fast for Families” advocates currently fasting on the National Mall. 
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