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Federal Data Privacy Laws Protect LGBTQ+ Communities Online and In Real Life

For many in LGBTQ+ communities, the internet is a literal lifeline, especially as a place where we can connect remotely when it is impossible or dangerous to do so in-person. And while data privacy is important for all technology users, it is not an exaggeration to say that, if or when online privacy is compromised […]

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Welcome NQAPIA’s New Executive Director!

To our beloved community, federation member organizations, and partners,  After an extensive nationwide search conducted by NQAPIA’s Board of Directors, we are proud to announce that Kenrick Ross (he/him) was offered and has accepted the position of Executive Director. Kenrick officially starts on Monday, February 22, 2021.  The Board selected Kenrick Ross based on his […]


NQAPIA Condemns Atlanta Attacks

We are heartbroken and outraged by the horrific acts of hate last night in Atlanta. NQAPIA mourns the lives lost and grieves the lives that are forever changed. While we await more details of this particular act of terrorism, we know that there has been a huge surge of documented hate violence towards Asian Americans […]