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We got a lot of work done on the banner tonight, and it’s coming together really nicely.
Click through to see some more pictures on our tumblr.

Comedy Night!!!

Hey All,

Look out for the Asian Pacific Islander Coalition Comedy Night!

Wednesday, February 23rd,  from 7-9m at the Long House!

We will be featuring Hari Kondabolu and Amy Anderson

as seen on Comedy Central!

Tickets: Students w/ID, Staff & Faculty: $3

General Admission: $5.

Doors will be open at 6:30pm.

Come out and support the Asian Pacific Islander Coalition and have a good laugh!:)

 

Komachin/ TESC MLK Day Project

This year APIC had the opportunity to work with eighth-graders from Komachin Middle School as part of their service learning for school. They made posters for our Movie Night with the BSU, participated in a impromptu poetry workshop, asked tons of questions about college and talked about the importance of community service. We look forward to working with you all again soon!

Piece written by Komachin students:

We today are doing a day of caring

We today are making a difference in the world.

Today we help our community.

Are school comes out of our daily schedule to help out the environment.

Today is a day to show how we care and how we want to make a difference in the world for the next generations. we are starters of a new and healthy environment.

Komachin Middle School separates into grups to go help on different subjects.

We’re learning why helping is important and showing that we care and want to help others.

We honor Marin Luther King Jr by going out to the community and making a difference.

 

BROWNANZA POTLUCK!

A gather of the Student of Color Union! Everyone is invited!

(SOBER EVENT, YO.)

Friday, January 14th, 2010, 6-9pm, The Sistah House!

*Get to Celi’s House (that day) by 5:00pm to start cooking food together, then we’ll walk to the Sistah House.

Whatch’y’all wanna cook? (Yes I just made that a word…)

NEW EVENTS!

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  • Hey….
  • WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19th, 2010. (week 3)

APIC FILM NIGHT:

Wet Sand: Voices from LA” & “Yuri Kochiyama: Passion for Justice

6pm in Lecture Hall 1

Come learn about Asian Pacific Islander American community movements and leaders, specifically around API/African American connections and divisions! Click on the films to learn more! Maybe BSU will co-sponsor??

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  • SUNDAY, JANUARY 16th, 2010. (week 2)

A field trip to the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle!

Gather at 11:00am at the Library Loop, we will come back by 6pm.

We will drive a van that should fit 12 people altogether, including Celi & Jai. First we will go eat Dim Sum in Seattle’s International District, which we will hopefully fundraise money to pay for part of that bill. We picked this day because the Museum should be free admission! Let us know if you have questions, and if you want to come. RSVP by email or in the “comments” box above!

HOPE EVERYONE HAS A FANTASTIC AND RELAXING WINTER BREAK!

 

Pick a film!

Hey you fabulous APICers!
Here are the five films that we have ordered, click on the links to read about them! We want to show/sponsor a film during week 7/8/9 (one of those…)! And remember that if we don’t see one of these films this quarter we can always show  them in Winter or Spring Quarter, or just screen them in an intimate APIC setting or potluck!
Please bring your top choice to the meeting tomorrow:

East of Occidental: The History of Seattle’s Chinatown

Wet Sand: Voices from L.A.

Second Class Veterans

Yuri Kochiyama: Passion for Justice

Children of Invention

Love,
Celi & Jai

NEW MEETING TIME!

1pm (instead of 4:30). We’re hoping it works out for more APICers! We wanna see you!

PLEASE TELL US IF THERE ARE CONFLICTS.

<3,

Jai & Celi

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