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Image description: colorful infographic titled "2019: How APIENC Has Grown", describing accomplishments in Leadership Development, Dragon Fruit Project/Network, Trans Justice, and Sustainability & Other Growth. Graphic by Cynthia Fong.

What will our work mean for the seven generations after us?

The world is on fire. It’s no understatement to say that our people are facing political repression, overwhelming inequality, and climate catastrophe. Corrupt politicians and poisonous systems have robbed us of our ability to live, thrive, and be in abundant relationship with the land and one another.  In the face of despair, APIENC has spent

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2020 Summer Organizer Program – Apply by March 1st!

Do you want to work with trans, gender nonconforming, and queer API people and communities? Do you have a commitment to social justice? Are you ready to transform, learn concrete community organizing skills, and work to build movements for change? The application for APIENC’s Summer Organizer Program is now open! Applications are due March 1st,

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Image description: Graphic shows colorful flowers blooming in a field. Text reads: Sustain Our Work: For The Sake Of / March 19 - March 26. Donate: apienc.org/sustain / #sustainAPIENC, with APIENC logo in the bottom corner

Sustain Our Work: For The Sake Of…

What is an APIENC monthly sustainer? An APIENC monthly sustainer is someone who gives every month to APIENC through a recurring donation – a sustainer joins our work by committing a monthly donation of $10 or more! With our current sustainer base, we are able to strengthen APIENC’s overall impact with the understanding that our

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Jasmin is outdoors at a community garden holding a box of dead plant material while smiling toward the camera.

I’m transforming into a more powerful version of myself. Will you join me?

This is Jasmin Hoo, the new Community Organizer at APIENC. In this past month since I’ve started, I’ve been asked to reimagine what community care and accountability look like, stretched to practice new organizing skills, and encouraged to confront my own personal shadows that are standing between me and liberation. Everyday I literally feel myself

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grow: ourselves, our communities, our movements

From November 1 – 18, grow with APIENC! This Fall, we need to raise $15,000 to continue growing our work. From our 9th cohort of Summer Organizers, to our 300+ person Trans March contingent, to the launch of our Dragon Fruit Walking Tour, our work continues to reflect the abundance of our communities. We need

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