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April is Volunteer Appreciation Month
March 28, 2014

At API Equality – Northern California, our work is powered by the heart and soul of community members who share our vision. Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds offer their time, energy, and skill to our programs and activities. This … Continue reading

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Volunteer of the Month: Linda Nguyễn
March 3, 2014

Volunteer of the Month – March 2014 Linda Nguyen LINDA NGUYỄN is a queer artists and cultural worker, currently living in South Berkeley. During the day, Linda works at a public opinion research firm in Downtown Oakland, and Linda is … Continue reading

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Good News! AB1266 Referendum Attempt Fails
February 28, 2014

On February 24, 2014, the effort to repeal the School Success and Opportunity Act — California’s new law ensuring that all children have a fair opportunity to succeed in school — failed to qualify for the ballot. California’s School Success and … Continue reading

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In Loving Memory of Alain Dang [1976-2014]
February 20, 2014

Our staff, interns, and volunteers at API Equality – Northern California are proud to uplift Alain Dang’s life work and legacy of activism. Alain was a community leader by example. He helped create API Equality – Northern California, served as … Continue reading

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Living and Leaving a Legacy: Intergenerational Conversations with LGBTQ APIs
February 3, 2014

by Sammie Wills Every year, Stanford University holds the Listen to the Silence conference, a conference that brings together students from the Bay Area and provides a platform for exploring Asian Pacific Islander issues and activism. On January 18th, API … Continue reading

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Volunteer of the Month: Toby Wu
January 31, 2014

TOBY WU is a gay Chinese American from New York City. He moved to the Bay Area over 3 years ago to study at Stanford’s Teacher Education Program and is now a first grade teacher at a new charter school … Continue reading