Texas SB4’s Impact on LGBTQ South Asians – Why We Should Care

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Texas SB4’s Impact on LGBTQ South Asians – Why We Should Care By Amrit Uprety of KhushATX and Sasha W. of the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA) This past week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit upheld Texas Senate Bill 4 (SB4) one of the most rigorous anti-immigrant laws passed since Donald Trump took … Read more Texas SB4’s Impact on LGBTQ South Asians – Why We Should Care

Movement Convergences

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NQAPIA is coming to your city to ask you: where are we now, and where will we go? Let’s identify the threats we’re up against and build our QTAPI political home! RSVP at bit.ly/convergences18 Program Each Movement Convergence is an opportunity for us to learn, share, and grow with one another between our local and … Read more Movement Convergences

Help Us Save DACA Today!

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#DefendDACA & Speak Out for Our Communities Six months ago, the Trump administration announced a future end to the DACA program unless Congress acts to preserve it. Today is that day. DACA’s cancellation will make 800,000 undocumented young immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children again fear deportation and separation from their family, friends, and … Read more Help Us Save DACA Today!

Statement on 5G “Small Cell” Transmitters

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  In response to last week’s announcement from FCC Commissioner Brandon Carr of a new regulatory process for 5G “small cell” transmitters, Glenn Magpantay, NQAPIA executive director made the following statement: “For society’s marginalized voices, communication is power. Communication breaks down stereotypes and replaces ignorance with truth. For queer members of the Asian Pacific Islander … Read more Statement on 5G “Small Cell” Transmitters