Intern Graduation & Film Screening
Our summer 2016 interns are graduating! Come celebrate with us and hear from our interns as they share about the many different projects they’ve been involved with this summer.

We'll also be screening filmmaker Amy Fan's recent documentary, LGBTQ Asian American San Gabriel Valley Stories! As the title suggests, it's a project hoping to uplift the narratives of those from within our community. Right after the screening will be a Q&A session with the filmmaker, so come on by for an exciting conversation.

Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Time: 7-9pm
Location:
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA, Taper Community Room
1145 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90017 (Access info below)

Parking available on the roof lot off of Lucas Ave

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Community Organizer, Andy Su, at 213-580-1800 or andy@apiequalityla.org.

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Access info:

The Community Room is accessible through our first floor entrance at 1145 Wilshire Blvd. The entrance is five steps up and also accessible by a ramp adjacent to the steps. If you are parking on the roof, there is an elevator through a door on the east side of our parking lot. Signs will be posted at both of these entrances.

There is a two gendered multi-stall restrooms on the first floor, men’s and women’s. A single stall wheelchair-accessible gender neutral restroom is available on the first floor.

Chairs and tables will be provided for attendees. The meeting will involve some moving around to get into small groups but will mostly be seated, and there will be flexibility to adjust the exercises for any kind of body.

We recognize that our spaces need to be accessible to those with chemical sensitivities and highly encourage all participants to learn more about chemical sensitivities by reviewing this document (http://eastbaymeditation.org/accessibility/PDF/How-to-Be-Fragrance-Free-.pdf) and to avoid using scented products before coming to the meeting.

Please be sure to respect people’s space and do not touch anyone (this could be a tap on the shoulder or approaching someone for a hug) without asking them first. Please also be mindful of pronouns and do not assume anyone’s gender identity - name tags will be available and folks can write their pronouns below their name.

We are working on making our space more accessible and recognize that we may not have provided all the necessary information. If you have any accessibility needs, please contact us directly.

If you have any other access requests, please contact us directly or fill out the form below.

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API Equality-LA is a lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, and queer (LBGTQ) rights and social justice organization building grassroots community power and organizing for change in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (API) community. API Equality-LA envisions an inclusive, equitable, and just society where all LGBTQ API people can thrive. For more information about API Equality-LA, visit our website at http://apiequalityla.org/

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