Nominations Open for APAP’s Unsung Heroes 2010

Got this in my email, from Asian Pacific Americans for Progress:

Sponsored by Asian Pacific Americans for Progress

Progressives had a lot of battles in 2010. From the rise of the tea party to the continued anti-immigration, anti-gay and anti-worker policies and a disappointing midterm election, we definitely had our hands full. Fortunately, we have a lot of bright, creative and energetic people (and organizations) on our side. We’d once again like to take the time to recognize them for all their hard work and commitment to equality, fairness and progressive values.

Please submit your candidate via email to curtis (at) apaforprogress (dot) org, by 11:59 pm, PST, Friday, December 10, 2010.

Name of candidate (individual or organization):
Name of person submitting the nomination:
Contact info for person submitting the nomination:
Relation to candidate (if any):
What did your candidate do, specifically, in 2010 to merit recognition, including goals and results?
What has your candidate done, prior to 2010, to merit recognition, including goals and results?
How has this work been cutting-edge, unique or innovative?
How has your candidate gone above-and-beyond the call of duty?
Anything else you’d like to share with us?
Any links to articles or blog entries on your candidate that you’d like us to review?

Please submit all candidates to curtis (at) apaforprogress (dot) org. If selected, the committee reserves the right to seek additional information, as well as a photo.

Last year’s unsung heroes included Siwaraya Rochanahusdin and the late John Delloro.

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