Root to Fruit: Empowerment Economics and Community Growth at Chicago’s HANA Center
This case study is the second in our series exploring Empowerment Economics in low-income communities of color.
National CAPACD Announces Two Sub-grant Opportunities
Small Business, Big Dreams
Small Business, Big Dreams highlights AAPI small businesses and the innovative economic development organizations that serve them.
Evaluating Empowerment Economics: A preliminary framework for assessing innovations in financial capability
The Evaluating Empowerment Economics report shows how Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) leaders are protecting and building wealth and power at the community level.
Innovations in Financial Capability: Culturally Responsive & Multigenerational Wealth Building Practices in Asian Pacific Islander (API) Communities
Foundations For the Future: Empowerment Economics in the Native Hawaiian Context
This report offers rare insight into the challenges and opportunities of building wealth in Native Hawaiian communities, and fills a gap in research by shedding light on a group whose strengths and struggles are uniquely reflective of both indigenous histories and Asian Pacific Islander experiences.
National CAPACD Welcomes New Board Members
National CAPACD Mourns the Passing of Chaosarn Chao