Tag: rights

Blogroll, Current

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 […]

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Blogroll, Current, Events, Letter, Visibility

LGBTQ South Asian, Muslim and Black Communities Protest 15 Years of Profiling on 9/11

MEDIA RELEASE for September 11, 2016 Contact: Sasha W., NQAPIA Organizing Director, 909-343-2219, sasha@nqapia.org **#15YearsLater #RedefineSecurity #BlackLivesMatter** LGBTQ South Asian, Muslim and Black Communities Protest 15 Years of Profiling on 9/11 WHO: NQAPIA, KhushDC, and dozens of supporting organizations WHAT: #15YearsLater: Performative Action to End Profiling of LGBTQ South Asian & Muslim communities WHERE: Washington […]

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 […]