Voices

February is Here

Another month has passed. It is now February, and we have many activities planned for the next few months! Since our last post, we are proud to announce that we were awarded a MRG Foundation grant to help cover the costs of leadership training and development programs that we plan to organize this year. What

Happy Holidays And Musings For The Upcoming Year

To All Our Community Leaders, Members, and Supporters: 2016 has been an interesting and busy year for us all, and on behalf of the Micronesian Islander Community (MIC), I would like to wish everyone a Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year. MIC would like to make several announcements: We are seeking new Board of

Health Insurance for COFA Citizens

Many of you are now aware of the health insurance program that we, as COFA citizens are eligible for. Great news is that it’s time to get insured again! For those of you who are already on the plan from last year, it’s time to renew; and for those who aren’t, this is the time

Your Vote, Your Voice

Are you eligible to vote? Our complicated citizenship status disables some of us to partake in this upcoming election – As Compact of the Free Association (COFA) citizens, most of us are not eligible to vote; however, the case is different for those of us who are naturalized, U.S. citizens by birth, as well as

Micronesian Islander Community Celebration

After a two-year hiatus, Micronesian Islander Community (MIC) is proud to present the newly revamped (and retitled) signature event, “Micronesian Islander Community Celebration”, formerly known as the Taste of Micronesia. This year, in stepping away from our traditional methods of mainly food and performance, we are focusing more on showcasing our cultures through education and

HB-4071 Oregon Passed!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 7, 2016 Contact: Kianna Angelo, (971) 533-4241, kianna@cann.us; David Anitok, (503) 428-2611, danitok@cann.us; or Loyd Henion, (541) 619-8861, lhenion@cann.us Oregon Legislature advances Healthcare Coverage for legally residing Pacific Islanders with whom the United States has a unique treaty. Salem, Ore. – With the passage of HB-4071 Oregon will provide a COFA

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