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Halfway to our December fundraising goal!
This year's presidential race will be very close and decided by the slimmest of margins. (Source: Washington Post, CNN) View more infographics at http://www.nqapia.org/wpp/2016-voter-infographics/.

CURRENT EVENTS

Halfway to our December fundraising goal!
This year's presidential race will be very close and decided by the slimmest of margins. (Source: Washington Post, CNN) View more infographics at http://www.nqapia.org/wpp/2016-voter-infographics/.

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Halfway to our December fundraising goal!

Thank You for Supporting our Plans for Next Year

Thanks for your support on ! It’s not too late to give! Donate at www.nqapia.org/donate. Thanks to #GivingTuesday, 52 people donated online for a total of $5,055! Thank you so much for your generous support. This means that we are more than halfway to our end-of-year goal! If you haven’t donated, will you please support our […]

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We’re Thankful for these Precautions before Trump Takes Office

There are a number of measures that LGBTQ APIs should do to protect themselves and their families under a Trump Administration. NQAPIA has consulted with immigration lawyers, public policy experts, and other attorneys to identify issues of particular importance to LGBTQ Asian Americans, South Asians, Southeast Asians, and Pacific Islanders. Many of these applications will […]

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Remembering Orlando for National Coming Out Day

Earlier this week was National Coming Out Day, and during the delay of this email, we took time to reflect on the months since the Orlando tragedy. To us, the Orlando tragedy underlines how important it is to be out of the closet and to support and celebrate individualism and diversity, especially for our kids […]

This year's presidential race will be very close and decided by the slimmest of margins. (Source: Washington Post, CNN) View more infographics at http://www.nqapia.org/wpp/2016-voter-infographics/.

2016 November Elections

The November election is critical. The Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community is made up of 9.3 million eligible voters, and 90% of those who are registered will vote. In many places, AAPIs create the margin of victory. Learn more statistics with our voter infographics. Your vote matters, and we want you to be prepared for […]

There's been a 16% increase in the number of eligible AAPI voters since the last presidential election.

2016 Voter Guide

Click the links below for PDF copies and translations of this voter guide: NQAPIA 2016 Presidential Voter Guide ~ Chinese ~ Hindi ~ Korean ~ Vietnamese Click the links below for PDF copies and translations of this voter guide: NQAPIA 2016 Presidential Voter Guide ~ Chinese ~ Hindi ~ Korean ~ Vietnamese Click the links below for PDF copies and translations of this voter guide: NQAPIA 2016 Presidential Voter Guide ~ Chinese ~ Hindi ~ Korean ~ Vietnamese Click […]

This year's presidential race will be very close and decided by the slimmest of margins. (Source: Washington Post, CNN) View more infographics at http://www.nqapia.org/wpp/2016-voter-infographics/.

2016 Voter Infographics

API’s are the largest set of new immigrants (both documented & undocumented) to the US. AAPI’s are the nation’s fastest growing minority group & an increasing segment of the LGBT community. This year’s presidential race will be very close and decided by the slimmest of margins. (Source: Washington Post, CNN) By 2060, 1 of every […]

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Volunteers Needed to Defend Asian American Voting Rights

DC • CA • FL • GA • LA • MA • MD • MI • NJ • NM • NV • NY • PA • TX • VA 2016 Asian American Exit Poll and Poll Monitoring Tuesday, November 8, 2016 In past elections, Asian Americans have faced a series of barriers in exercising their right to vote, including segregated […]

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Report Back: #15YearsLater Action in DC

Did you see us in DC last week? Along with KhushDC, NQAPIA organized a protest on the 15th anniversary of 9/11. Dozens of #15YearsLater protesters blocked traffic for hours and demanded that Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson end the legalized profiling of our communities: queer and trans Muslims, South Asians, and APIs. In […]

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Showing Up in Solidarity #15YearsLater: Reflections from our Accomplices & Family

This past Sunday, on the 15th anniversary of 9/11, over 60 people created mock checkpoints across Washington, D.C. and shut down the intersection of 14th St and U St NW for two hours. As queer and trans Muslims and South Asians, we demanded an end to the legalized profiling of our people, especially by Secretary […]