We Seed: Generations Taking Root & Thriving
Saturday, October 20th 
11am - Registration Opens
12pm - Lunch
12:45pm - 4:30pm - Programs, Workshops, and Performances!
Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS)
442 S Main St, Seattle, WA 98104
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This event is FREE and OPEN TO ALL
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Interested in volunteering for the event? Sign-up here

On October 20th, 2018, API Chaya is hosting We Seed: Generations Taking Root & Thriving, a space for all ages to share skills and stories to celebrate and strengthen our ancestral wisdom. Through this gathering and workshops, we hope to grow intergenerational intimacy by centering leadership of elders and young people, providing opportunities to connect with each other, and increase our skills and knowledge to have the relationships we want. 

ASL interpreting and real-time captioning will be provided. Childcare is available upon request. This space is wheelchair accessible. We will strive to accommodate accessibility needs such as language interpretation, materials ahead of time, etc. to the best of our ability - please contact

QTPOC + Language Access Snack & Chat! 
Saturday, September 29th
Washington State Labor Council ("Labor Hall")
321 16th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
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This session, API Chaya’s Access for All will partner with our Queer Network Program to snack and chat together about the intersections of Queer and Trans People of Color narratives and language access. This event is FREE and open to all - we ask that people who join us will center and honor QTPOC folx and narratives in the space. 
For access needs, contact
A Better Man
Attiya Khan & Lawrence Jackman, 73 min, Canada, 2017
Monday, October 1st
Bellevue Arts Museum
510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
October is domestic violence awareness month. Join us for a screening of A Better Man. Following a series of intimate conversations between a former couple who lived through two years of domestic abuse, A Better Man infuses new energy and possibility into the movement to end violence against women. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion on community solutions to domestic violence moderated by API Chaya staff. Panelist include Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Onion Carrillo, Divya Chand.
API Chaya is hiring!
API Chaya is an organization serving Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, survivors of human trafficking from all communities, as well as victims of general crimes. Please follow the listings instructions to apply.

Sexual Assault Therapist
The sexual assault therapist will be working closely with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, including individuals who have experienced multiple types of harm. Learn more about the position here.

Join our volunteer team!
We are working towards ending domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking– we would love to have you join us! 
Complete this form. Contact for details. 
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API Chaya
PO Box 14047
Seattle, Wa 98114

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