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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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#DYK: Asian and Pacific Islanders (AP&I) make up 35% of San Francisco's population while 42% of all low-income
residents in San Francisco are A&PI.
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Thank you to our members and guest speakers, President London Breed, Director Jeff Kositsky, and Commander David Lazar for participating in yesterday’s discussion about homelessness in our communities. San Francisco’s District 3 (Chinatown) has seen a significant increase in homelessness over the past few years and we must do what we can to identify solutions. ... See MoreSee Less

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