API Council in the News

The API Council is recognized for its  dedication to bettering the health and well-being of APIs.

Media Coverage

“San Francisco API low-income residents majority groups to promote city government assistance”
KTSF26 | watch clip

Increase in API Poverty
Singtao | read article

Asian Pacific Islander Council
Sky Link TV | watch clip

“Serial Chinatown Burglar Found Guilty”
SF Weekly | read article

“AAPI Roundtable with Leader Pelosi”
World Journal | read article

“Paul Yep Appointed Central Police Station Captain”
Singtao | read article

“Paul Yep Appointed Captain of Central Police Station in Chinatown”
World Journal | read article

“Victory of API Council advocacy. API community budget projection is doubled.”
Apple Daily | read article

“Budget increased to $3M for Ping Yuen Public Housing’s safety”
Sing Tao TV | read article

“API community received an increase in budget for Ping Yuen Public Housing’s safety”
Sing Tao Daily | read article

“Mayor Ed Lee increased API community budget to improve the safety of Ping Yuen Public Housing”
World Journal | read article

“Increase funding to improve Ping Yen Public Housing’s safety”
China Press | read article

“New report highlights struggles of Asian, Pacific Islander residents in SF”
San Francisco Examiner | read article

“Funds helping to close poverty gaps in S.F.’s Asian/Pacific Islander communities, groups say”
San Francisco Examiner | read article

“San Francisco Grants $100,000 to Launch First College Prep for Filipino Immigrant Youth”
The Global Filipino | read article

Press Releases

Budget Disparity Press Conference | click here

API Council Stands Against Hate | click here

“API Council’s Meeting with San Francisco Police Chief William ‘Bill’ Scott”
Friday, March 10th, 2017 | read article

“API Council’s Statement on Donald Trump’s Election”
December 1, 2016 | read article

“API Community Leaders Recognize Yank Sing as Model Employer during API Heritage Month”
May 29, 2015 | read article

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