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Uniting the Voices of San Francisco’s API Community

For years, policy advocates and individual organizations have looked to local government for support, but their voices weren’t enough to leverage funding. API Council is a 40-member citywide coalition that advocates for equitable policies and resources on behalf of API communities. Our 40-members serve over 250,000 API residents in San Francisco. The API Council has advocated for funding to sustain and expand core services in housing, and health and human services.

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2 weeks ago

Asian Pacific Islander Council

Thank you Speaker Leader Nancy Pelosi for stopping by API Council! #APAHeritageMonth ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Asian Pacific Islander Council

Thank you Speaker Leader Nancy Pelosi for stopping by API Council! #APAHeritageMonth ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Asian Pacific Islander Council

API Council Members Anni Chung and Malcolm Yeung took part with Mayor London Breed and Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee announcing the introduction of a $500 million Affordable Housing Bond which would fund the creation, preservation, and rehabilitation of affordable housing in San Francisco.

Funding from the Bond would enable approximately 2,000 units of affordable housing to start construction in the next four years. These projects would serve vulnerable residents, including seniors, formerly homeless individuals, veterans and families. Funding would also expand the pipeline for new housing projects, especially for 100% supportive housing projects.
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4 weeks ago

Asian Pacific Islander Council

Happy Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (San Francisco)! Tonight, join us at the APA Heritage Awards & Reception. RSVP: www.apasf.org API Council Member Sandy Ouye Mori will be honored with the
Second Annual Edwin Mah Lee Public Service Award.

Significant Community Milestones:
• The 50th anniversary of the founding of the
Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University
• The 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, Honoring
Chinese Railroad WorkersHappy Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (San Francisco)! Tonight, join us at the APA Heritage Awards & Reception. RSVP: www.apasf.org
We will honor:
Second Annual Edwin Mah Lee Public Service Award: Sandy Ouye Mori

Significant Community Milestones:
• The 50th anniversary of the founding of the
Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University
• The 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, Honoring
Chinese Railroad Workers
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1 month ago

Asian Pacific Islander Council

Join us for "A J-Town Celebration for Jeff Adachi: A Gathering of Community and Friends" this Saturday, April 27th from 2-4pm at the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC) (1840 Sutter Street in Japantown, San Francisco). This special, community tribute will celebrate the life of the late Jeff Adachi - a community leader and our close friend and partner. Learn more by checking out the flyer below. ... See MoreSee Less