Mount the Count! 6/4 - Registration Form
Mount the Count!: The 2020 Census's Importance to the LGBTQ+ API Community

The Census is a survey that happens every year that counts everyone living in the US in order to determine funding for social services and political represenation. However, communities, like the LGBTQ+ API community, are undercounted due to reasons, such as inclusitivity and accessibility of the Census. So why does it still matter to get counted as a community?

Come together to learn why it's important to get the LGBTQ+ Asian Pacific Islander Community counted for the 2020 Census and come together as a community through some fun activities! Queer the Census!

In this virtual event, we'll have the following activities in this order:
- a short Census 101 for LGBTQ+ API communities
- a panel discussion about the 2020 Census from the perpsectives of 3 LGBTQ+ API community members who are deeply knowledgeable about the census hosted by Miss Shu Mai
- a trivia game covering LGBTQ+ API history and fun facts hosted by Miss Shu Mai
- a raffle with 3 potential prize winners announced throughout the whole event

Panelists:
Julie Le, 2020 Census Statewide Program Coordinator, Asians Americans Advancing Justice-LA

Tweetie Fatuesi, Community Organizer, United Territories of Pacific Islanders Alliance-Seattle

Eric Wat, Commuity Researcher and Author

Moderator:
Miss Shu Mai, Drag Performer & Community Activist


Date: Thursday, June 4th, 2020
Time: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM PST
Location: Zoom (rsvp for the details)



A reminder email will be sent to you the day before the event. If you have any questions, please email Jess at jessica@apiequalityla.org.
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Raffle Winners will be annouced by the name written on this RSVP form, so please be sure that the name used in registering is the same as your Zoom name.
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Thanks for registering for our Mount the Count! Webinar! You've been entered into our raffle!
Instructions for raffle:
- One rsvp is equivalent to one entry only
- Winners will be announced during the webinar
- Winners must be attending webinar to qualify
- Winners will be annouced by their name, so please be sure that the name used in registering is the same as your Zoom name.

Prizes:
FIRST PRIZE is a $50 Gift Card
SECOND PRIZE is a $30 Gift card
THIRD PRIZE is a $25 Gift card
Setting Up Zoom:
ON YOUR COMPUTER:

Prior to joining the Zoom call, we recommend that you download Zoom if:
➤This is your first time using Zoom
➤Are not sure if you have Zoom already downloaded on your computer

We recommend doing this in order to avoid any potential issues with joining any of API Equality-LA’s virtual events.

To download Zoom, you can go to the following link and click “Zoom Client for Meetings” to get the download started.
Download Link: https://zoom.us/download

ON YOUR SMARTPHONE:

To set up Zoom on your smartphone, download the “”ZOOM Cloud Meeting” app.

If you have any questions or issues joining Zoom, then feel free to contact Jessica at jessica@apiequalityla.org.
Accessing Zoom for the Meeting:
ON YOUR COMPUTER:

If you’re accessing the virtual event on your computer, then go to the link provided to you in the event details. Once you get to the link, you will be taken to a Zoom’s webpage.

On the webpage, click “Open Zoom Meetings” on the pop up that will appear at the top of the webpage. This will launch another window called the Zoom Virtual Meetings, where API Equality-LA’s virtual event will be taking place.

At the bottom of the window, there are several features that you can use during the meeting. On the bottom left side, you will be able to mute/unmute yourself with the microphone icon and stop/unstop the video taken of you during the meeting. On the bottom middle, you can type a message in a Zoom Group Chat room to everybody or just one person; this is accessible by clicking the speech bubble icon.

For further help: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-Meeting

ON YOUR PHONE:

If you’re accessing the virtual event through your phone, then you can dial in by typing in the provided number in the event details. After you dial it in, you’ll be asked to dial the Meeting ID number (also provided in the event details) followed by #.

Afterwards you’ll be able to speak and hear others attending the virtual event.

If you’re accessing through the “ZOOM Cloud Meeting” app on your smartphone, then go to “Join A Meeting” and enter the Meeting ID of the virtual event, which is in the event details.

For further help: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-Meeting

If you have any questions or issues joining Zoom, then feel free to contact Jessica at jessica@apiequalityla.org.
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