We Are Magic Manifested, and We Won’t Be Erased
October 22, 2018

APIENC’s Statement on the Leaked ‘Trans Memo’ Yesterday, The New York Times reported an unreleased memo from the Trump administration, which would aim to define sex as, “a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth.” The memo, drafted by … Continue reading

Thanks to our Ancestors: Reflections from Trans March 2018
July 10, 2018

Hello everyone! My name is Julie Le and I use they/them pronouns. I am a Vietnamese and Southeast Asian American rooted in Oakland to refugees from the Vietnam War. This summer, I am an APIENC summer organizer and I’m work … Continue reading

Creating Liberation Together: Reflections from TGNC Rights & Empowerment Day
May 15, 2018

On March 24th, 2018 our Trans Justice Working Group facilitated APIENC’s first Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Rights and Empowerment Day (RED)! We made space for a whole day centering our TGNC Asian and Pacific Islander community, full of workshops that emphasized … Continue reading

Join us on 3/24 – Trans&GNC Rights and Empowerment Day!
March 7, 2018

In January 2016, a small group of trans and gender non-conforming (TGNC) community members convened our first ever Trans Justice Working Group. We wanted more space and time to plan events for our people to learn, eat, come together, and … Continue reading

We’re Still Here, We’re Still Struggling, and We’re Still Fighting: Reflections...
July 5, 2017

This past month, APIENC, along with Gabriela-SF, ieumsae, and VietUnity organized a trans, queer, and allied Asian and Pacific Islander Contingent for Trans March. Our contingent was 200+ people strong. Avery, core member of APIENC’s Trans Justice Working Group and … Continue reading

Reflections from our February Trans Justice T4T
March 7, 2017

On February 11th, 2017, our Trans Justice Working Group facilitated APIENC’s first T4T (Training for Trainers) in the Bay Area. With over 20 people from various Bay Area API organizations in the room, we covered a range of content from Gender … Continue reading