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Give OUT Day 2016
Give OUT Day: Celebrate the Summer with APIENC!
July 26, 2016

Give OUT Day: Celebrate the Summer with APIENC! In 2016, individual giving will make up more than 60% of API Equality – Northern California (APIENC)’s Program Budget. This means that our work IS community driven and powered. This year, we’re … Continue reading

by Sammie Ablaza Wills | July 12, 2016

Dear community, This last month has been quite a whirlwind, and we at APIENC have been reeling from the mix of events that have sent us into tailspins of disappointment, fear, sadness, and anger. From the horrific violence against LGBTQ … Continue reading

CALL For Submissions by Mon. 7/25: API Equality – Northern California...
July 10, 2016

Hello, my name is Maria, one of the API Equality-Northern California interns this summer. It is a honor for me to be coordinating this Artist Collective. This artist collective seeks to bring community members together to work on an art … Continue reading

Trans March 2016
Join Asians and Pacific Islanders at Trans March 2016!
June 14, 2016

Hi there! This is MLin, community organizer at API Equality – Northern California. I’d like to invite you to join us in honoring transgender, gender non-conforming, and genderqueer people, lives, and histories at Trans March next Friday on June 24th.  Last year, in … Continue reading

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Volunteer at Folsom Street Events with APIENC!!
June 8, 2016

For the first time ever, we are partnering with Folsom Street Events to power our work. In order to receive funds, we need to recruit a TON of volunteers for Up Your Alley (Sunday, July 31) and Folsom Street Fair … Continue reading

Gay Insurgent: A Gay Left Journal 1980, Issue #6 
Taken during 1979 National Third World Gay and Lesbian Conference
(picture credit: Daniel Tsang)
Save the Date for Resilience Archives: A Historical LGBTQ AAPI Tour...
June 1, 2016

This summer, API Equality – Northern California (APIENC) and Visibility Project Director, artist Mia Nakano are collaborating to develop a historical LGBTQ AAPI tour of San Francisco Bay Area – “Resilience Archives” that will culminate in an accessible digital online … Continue reading