MAY 4th - THINKING GLOBALLYWhat’s happening in America is part of a larger global trend of xenophobia and conservatism. As people start to more explicitly recognize the implications and connections of participating in a global economy, we ask ourselves: How do we learn from the work of our comrades across the world? How do re-connect local and global efforts to strengthen our collective work moving forward? DEADLINE TO CO-HOST: April 28th
MAY 11th - FORMS OF ACTIVISMWith the current and impending attacks on our communities, people are ready to fight. It’s easy to equate marching and direct actions as a part of our activism, but resistance can look come in all different sizes, shapes, and forms. How do you resist? How do we create safe, inclusive spaces to achieve broader social, racial, and economic justice?DEADLINE TO CO-HOST: May 5th
MAY 18th - BEYOND THE MOMENTOn April 4, the Movement for Black Lives launched Beyond the Moment alongside a number of organizations, individuals, and networks to fight for justice and freedom for Black and Brown people, immigrant communities, women, children, LGBTQ communities, working class communities, and those fighting for our rights to clean air and water. What is our role as Asian American and Pacific Islander people beyond the moment?DEADLINE TO CO-HOST: May 12th
MAY 25th - ONE YEAR AFTER PULSEAs we near the end of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), and into LGBTQ and Immigration Heritage Month, we also approach the 1-year anniversary since the Pulse club-shooting massacre. How can we heal in these trying times? How do we challenge ongoing forms of homophobia, transphobia, and xenophobia within our own communities?DEADLINE TO CO-HOST: May 19th
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