Category: Events

Save the Date: Resilience Archives Storytelling Showcase + Visibility Project Book Launch

RESILIENCE ARCHIVES: PERFORMANCE & LAUNCH VISIBILITY PROJECT BOOK LAUNCH SAVE THE DATE Tuesday, June 6th, 2017 6:00 – 8:30 pm The Resilience Archives is a collection of personal photos, fliers, interviews, and historical documents from the LGBTQIA+ Asian American and Pacific Islander community in the San Francisco Bay Area. It has been created as an

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Reflections from our November 2016 Community Brunch

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 prepared by a crew of chefs and helpers, who came together to craft a vast spread

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Volunteer at Folsom Street Events with APIENC!!

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 (Sunday, September 25). These fun leather/fetish street fairs unite adult alternative lifestyle communities with safe

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Join Us for CAAMFest 2016 – Queer Shorts and Films!

We’re excited to be a community partner and co-presenter for CAAMFest 2016, hosted by the Center for Asian American Media. We will be presenting the following programs: Yeu (Love) Pop music sensations Chi Pu and Gil Le star in Vietnam’s first mainstream LGBTQ film, directed by Viet Max. When childhood friends Nhi and Tu reunite

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March 15th – Join us at CAAMFest 2015!

API Equality Northern California is glad to be a community partner and co-presenter for CAAMFest 2015, hosted by the Center for Asian American Media. We will be presenting the following programs: Out/Here Shorts Program This year’s collection of short films for CAAMFest’s OUT/HERE program broadens the scope of what it means to be queer. These

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