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Join us on June 30th for Community Organizing and Bystander Intervention 101 training. 
3pm-6pm
Donnie Chin Community Room at Hirabayashi Place
442 S. Main Street Seattle, WA 98104


*Please RSVP on facebook or to priyan@apichaya.org, so we know how many folks to expect.
***Childcare provided upon request. We will strive to accommodate accessibility needs such as interpretation, materials ahead of time, etc. to the best of our ability - contact volunteer@apichaya.org.
QTPOC Snack n' Chat - Pride Edition with TRANSformWA + API Chaya

API Chaya Queer Network Program is partnering withTRANSform WA to host a social event for Queer and Trans People of Color during Pride Month. Come snack and build community with other LGBTQIA+ people of color. Make new friends- catch up with old ones! there will be ice-beakers and conversation over food.

When & Where: Saturday June 30, 11am-1pm
Hong Kong Bistro (507 Maynard Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104)
Please RSVP on facebook or to selena@apichaya.org, so we know how many folks to expect.
Vegetarians and Vegans welcome! 

For access needs, contact selena@apichaya.org
This event is for Queer, Trans* and ally people of color. 
*please respect this event is for people with POC heritage (including mixed folks!)* 

 


Take a survey and receive a $25 giftcard
We are conducting a survey and compensating with $25 safeway giftcards or gas cards.
 If you or someone you know who primarily speaks either Spanish, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Tigrinya, or Somali and works in Seattle at a big retail store (Target, 7-Eleven, etc) or food service/ restaurants (McDonalds, Baskin Robbins, Dunkin Donuts, Ivars, etc) contact laurie@apichaya.org

Decriminalize Immigration. Survivors Need Routes to Safety and Healing.

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions ruled that domestic violence is not grounds for granting asylum to immigrants who arrive in the United States in search of safety. This vicious and dangerous ruling occurred in the midst of the president’s “zero tolerance” measures at the southern border which now requires criminal prosecutions of undocumented immigrants. It was this new criminalization of immigration that led to the separation of more than 2,300 children from their families.

Read our full statement here: http://bit.ly/APIChayaJune2018

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