Archive, Events, Visibility

Rainbow Lunar New Year Celebration: A Multiethnic Happy Hour for Progress

Photo Caption:  From L-R, Lisbeth Melendrez Rivera (Unid@s), Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA), Ben de Guzman (NQAPIA)  RSVP on Facebook:   Come join a diverse coalition of organizations serving LGBT People of Color to celebrate the Year of the Snake, as we welcome the most diverse Congress ever.  Joining us will be Congressman Mark Takano […]

Archive, Events, Resource, Visibility

NQAPIA Recognizes Transgender Day of Remembrance

Since 1998, the Transgender Day of Remembrance has stood as a reminder of the toll transphobia has taken on our communities and to memorialize the lives of those we have lost through senseless violence. The Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community is no stranger […]

PSA Campaign, Visibility

Multilingual Visibility Postcards

[av_heading heading=’MULTILINGUAL VISIBILITY POSTCARDS’ tag=’h3′ style=” size=” subheading_active=” subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=’custom-color-heading’ custom_font=’#8bbd28′][/av_heading] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] “I support same-sex marriage. I support immigrants’ rights. I am queer Asian & proud.” NQAPIA hopes these multilingual postcards will help increase the visibility of LGBT AAPIs. The message is short and though it is admittedly not perfect, it expresses […]

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NQAPIA Expresses Outrage Over Pete Hoekstra Ad and Other Racist and Xenophobic Political Discourse

NQAPIA Joins national statement from Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations in response to Super Bowl ad in Michigan NQAPIA added its name to the list of national Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations that issued a letter condemning racist and xenophobic political discourse in this campaign season in 2012.  The National Council of Asian […]