Family is Still Family: Public Service Announcements

Family is Still Family - Hindi

In the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community, young people often see coming out as an act of shaming and dishonoring their parents and their ancestors, but staying in the closet takes a greater toll, causing isolation, depression, and even suicide. Our “Family Is Still Family” television PSA Campaign—the first-ever multi-lingual public service announcements created … Read more Family is Still Family: Public Service Announcements

15 Years Later

API Resistance Checkpoint

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] 15 years later, Jeh Johnson continues to profile and terrorize our communities. 15 years later, the Department of Homeland Security is legally allowed to profile us at will. 15 years later, Muslim women are shot and killed while walking down the street. 15 years later, Black Muslims are killed by police, … Read more 15 Years Later

Parents of LGBTQ Korean Americans Launch Effort to Build Acceptance in Korean Immigrant Communities

KARP Dol Screening

Korean American Rainbow Parents (KARP) will kick off its outreach program in New York City with a film screening and community discussion, to be followed by a day-long seminar in Washington, D.C., for parents, activists, and allies from across the U.S. and Korea. NEW YORK CITY, September 5, 2016 – Today, Korean American Rainbow Parents … Read more Parents of LGBTQ Korean Americans Launch Effort to Build Acceptance in Korean Immigrant Communities

NQAPIA 25% Discount at AAIFF

AAIFF

We are happy to partner with the Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) in presenting three films: Spa Night, LGBTQ Shorts, and Front Cover. AAIFF is the first and longest running festival in the country devoted to films by and about Asians & Asian Americans. NQAPIA supporters receive a 25% discounted rate for any film … Read more NQAPIA 25% Discount at AAIFF

TV Video Ads for LGBT Pride Month 2016

Family is Still Family - Hindi

[av_heading tag=’h1′ padding=’10’ heading=’TV Video Ads for LGBT Pride Month’ color=” style=” custom_font=’#8bbd28′ size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’ custom_class=”][/av_heading] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] Imagine watching your favorite Bollywood movie, Chinese soap opera, or K-drama, and suddenly, you see an Asian parent—speaking in your language—talking about how they love their LGBTQ child. For LGBT Pride Month in June, … Read more TV Video Ads for LGBT Pride Month 2016

NQAPIA in the News

Glenn's MSNBC Interview with Richard Lui

Our “Family is Still Family” Campaign is the first of its kind. This campaign features (1) multilingual public service announcements featured on Asian ethnic television channels, (2) a 12-city tour of family acceptance workshops, (3) multilingual leaflets translated in 19 Asian languages. On tv, in person, and by print, API families have a variety of … Read more NQAPIA in the News

Family is Still Family – Multilingual PSA campaign

Family is Still Family

Opening the Closet Door for our LGBTQ Kids In the Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (API) community, coming out to family can be difficult. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) children feel being open about sexual orientation will shame or dishonor their family, but staying in the closet takes a greater … Read more Family is Still Family – Multilingual PSA campaign

What Do We Mean when We Say #APIs4BlackLives?

Why do LGBTQ AAPIs stand with Black Lives?

Why and how do we show up in solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives? What do we really mean when we say #APIs4BlackLives? Click the image to watch NQAPIA’s QAPIs4BlackLives video Hear members of the NQAPIA family talk about their personal experiences with police, where their solidarity comes from, and why they are engaged … Read more What Do We Mean when We Say #APIs4BlackLives?

Japanese Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs

Family is Still Family Japanese

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 … Read more Japanese Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs

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 … Read more Korean Parents who Love their LGBT Kids – PSAs