API Equality - Northern California News

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Join us for our Quarterly APIENC Potluck – Sunday 3/12!
February 16, 2017

APIENC is jumpstarting a new tradition this year to provide more opportunities for community members to get to know each other while sharing food and space together. In 2017, we’ll be holding Quarterly Potlucks as a way of casual gathering … Continue reading

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2017 Summer Internship Application Now Open!
February 3, 2017

Do you want to work with LGBTQ API communities? Do you have a commitment to social justice? Do you want to learn concrete community organizing skills and work to build movements for change? The application for API Equality – Northern … Continue reading

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Reflections from our November 2016 Community Brunch
January 19, 2017

Last November, we hosted our annual Community Brunch, celebrating all of our amazing fundraisers and dedicate volunteers. Over 50 people showed up to eat home cooked food, meet new friends, and take part in our post-fundraiser raffle. The brunch was … Continue reading

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Calvin Ho
January 19, 2017

CALVIN HO, one of the most energetic and active volunteers at APIENC, identifies as a gay Asian-American of Cambodian, Thai, and Chinese ancestry, though his ethnic identity is complex. Calvin currently studies psychology at San Francisco State University. With APIENC, … Continue reading

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2016 Lessons for New Year Resistance
January 18, 2017

Dear community, This past year was a whirlwind. From rampant hate crimes, to attacks on valuable public programs, to a national rhetoric crafted to make our people feel afraid—it seems that those who refuse to see our humanity have become … Continue reading

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Post-Election Resource List
December 1, 2016

In the last month, APIENC has heard the need for our community to hold space, reflect, and strategize for our safety. Our community partners and people from around the country have worked hard to provide and compile resources, and we … Continue reading