Congratulations to Amy Sueyoshi, Our 2019 Phoenix Award Honoree! In 2002, Amy Sueyoshi moved back to San Francisco for their first full time job and immediately jumped into the API dyke community as a newbie just coming out. They had already attended camping trips with O-musubi, initiated a newsletter for the small but friendly group, and began actively volunteering on the APIQWTC banquet. They began by soliciting donations for the newly formed silent auction chaired by Pam Lowe and tripled its size over the following years. The growth enabled APIQWTC to accrue enough savings to start an...Read More
View On Meetup.com Date Saturday, 31 Aug 2019 9:30 PM Venue 1538 Fillmore StreetSan Francisco, ca 94115 Eventbrite tickets here >> Register at https://gbsf083119.eventbrite.com$ 2 your ticket with after-party promo code “2COMMUNITY” * GameBoi $10k Giving Circle Event* Doors Open 9:30pm until 2am* Origin Nightclub, 1538 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94115* GameBoi LA Resident VJ LaRock (Top 40/Pop/Dance/EDM/AsianPop)* Guestlist Tickets end at 10:30pm* Age Requirement is 18 and over Proceeds from this special event will benefit local queer API organizations and programs....Read More
The APIQWTC Scholarship Committee is proud to announce the 2020 Scholarship Recipients:
Madhvi Trivedi-Pathak and Hana Kadoyama
Many of us have gathered on 7/1/2020 virtually to celebrate and congratulate our awardees!
Click Here and watch the recording of our 🏳️🌈 celebration!
Congratulations to our 2019 APIQWTC scholarship awardees, Paige Chung and Bo Hwang! Paige Ho Thuy My Chung is pursuing her B.A. in Critical Ethnic Studies and English at Kalamazoo College, MI. As a recent summer organizer at API Equality – Northern California 2018, Paige worked on the Dragon Fruit Network, an intergenerational support system for Queer and Trans Asian and Pacific Islander (QTAPI) elders and youth to bond and receive a network of assistance. At APIENC, they researched qualitative data, performed literature reviews, and attended a four-day leadership training. At school,...Read More