Entries by NQAPIA

Southeast Asian Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs

Southeast Asian Parents who love their LGBT kids – PSA Wouldn’t it be amazing to have Asian American parents who love their LGBT kids say that… on television… in Vietnamese and Lao? In June, tune in to your local Asian Television station, and see for yourselves! Translated materials are also available in  Vietnamese, Thai, Khmer, Hmong, Lao, and Indonesian. NQAPIA […]

Korean Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs

Korean Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs This month of June, tune into your local Asian Television station and see Korean parents who love their transgender children. Korean with English subtitles – Clara Yoon, a Korean mother of a transgender son NQAPIA and the Asian Pride Project collaborated to develop a series of […]

South Asian Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSA

South Asian Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSA Wouldn’t it be amazing to have Asian American parents who love their LGBT kids say that… on television… in Hindi? In June, tune in to your local Asian Television station, and see for yourselves! Translated materials are also available in Bengali, Gujarati, Punjabi, Urdu, Arabic, and Hindi. NQAPIA and the Asian Pride […]

Chinese Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSA

Chinese Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSA Wouldn’t it be amazing to have Asian American parents who love their LGBT kids say that… on television… in Chinese? In June, tune in to your local Asian Television station, and see for yourselves! NQAPIA and the Asian Pride Project collaborated to develop a series of multilingual […]

Japanese Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs

Japanese Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs This month of June, tune into your local Asian Television station, and see Japanese parents who love their transgender children. English with Japanese subtitles – Marsha and Tad Aizumi, Japanese parents of a transgender son NQAPIA and the Asian Pride Project collaborated to develop a series of […]

NQAPIA Supports Justice in Madison

BREAKING NEWS: Yesterday, NQAPIA’s new Organizing Director Sasha W. was locked in front of the Dane County Jail in Madison, WI for 3 hours and 50 minutes. NQAPIA stands with Sasha, with the others at yesterday’s action, and with the Young Gifted & Black (YGB) Coalition organizing in Madison. Those locked to the jail doors […]

NQAPIA Stands with Baltimore

As the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance, we stand with the Baltimore Uprising and Black organizers in the city. The nation is reeling from yet another killing of an unarmed Black person—this time in police custody. We refuse to condemn the “violence” of protesters without first condemning the state violence that created this situation—by […]

Location – 2015 National Conference

LOCATION All conference workshops will be held at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the Student Center East (SCE) building. University of Illinois at Chicago Student Center East Building 750 S. Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60607 (312) 413-5040 The University of Illinois at Chicago boasts one of the Midwest’s largest AAPI student populations and […]

Sponsorship Opportunities – 2015 National Conference

AAPIs are among the fastest growing minority groups in the nation and are an emerging sector of the LGBTQ community. Sponsoring the NQAPIA conference provides maximum visibility and is a strategic opportunity to achieve marketing goals. Participation in the conference demonstrates simultaneous commitment to both the LGBT and Asian American communities and one’s own company/organization. […]