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Workshop Schedule – 2015 NQAPIA National Conference

Session Evaluations Misplaced your program book? Suddenly lost all your papers? Volunteers should have extra evaluations in each session room, but you can also be green by filling out an electronic evaluation. Conference Grid Find an UPDATED copy of the conference grid on the Schedule Page. Conference Program Booklet View a virtual copy of the […]

Schedule – 2015 National Conference

UPDATED CONFERENCE GRID – NO MORE CHANGES We apologize for the many discrepancies between your conference booklet and conference grid. To help correct the mistakes, we have an Agenda Bender, and the images below contain an updated, final version of the conference grid. Download a PDF version of the conference grid. There are four pages […]

Exhibiting & Advertising – 2015 National Conference

AAPIs are among the fastest growing minority groups in the nation and are an emerging sector of the LGBTQ community. Exhibitng or advertising at the NQAPIA conference provides maximum visibility and is a strategic opportunity to achieve marketing goals to both the LGBT and Asian American communities. Details A prospectus with detailed information about exhibiting, […]

About the Conference

The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance is a federation of LGBT Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) organizations. NQAPIA builds the organizational capacity of local LGBT AAPI groups, develops leadership, invigorates local organizing, and challenges homophobia, transphobia, sexism, and racism. NQAPIA coordinates national conferences only once every three years. Prior […]

2015 National Conference

Thriving Together: Queer APIs Building Community, Solidarity, & Movement A National Conference of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Asian Americans, South Asians, Southeast Asians, and Pacific Islanders Over 350 LGBT AAPIs and allies from across the nation came together in Chicago for the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance’s (NQAPIA) 2015 National Conference. The Conference was locally […]

Ask President Obama to End Racial and Religious Profiling, Detention, & Deportation!

The President’s Immigration Action paved a path for administrative relief for many people in our communities. It also created a new set of priorities for immigration enforcement that have resulted in thousands of people being profiled, detained, and deported in a matter of months. Racial and religious profiling is rampant all over the country, including […]

Twitter Chat & National Call

RiseUp! NQAPIA Week of Action on Immigration Twitter Chat Saturday, 4/18 4-5 p.m. EDT/1-2 p.m. PDT   Join us for a twitter chat during our Week of Action on issues impacting LGBT AAPI immigrants & our allies, including profiling, detention, deportation, DACA/DAPA, the executive action, and more. Tweet under #RiseUpNQAPIA to join in! Contact communications@nqapia.org for […]