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APISA Healing Circle and Open Forum on Monterey Park

In light of the senseless shooting in Monterey Park, California, over the weekend, APISA is postponing the screening of the documentary “Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words.” Instead, we will use this time for a healing


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APISA presents healing circle and open forum on Monterey Park this Wednesday

APISA will hold a community forum and healing circle to help staff process the senseless shooting in Monterey Park.


Celebrate the Lunar New Year with help from APISA

The Lunar New Year begins on Jan. 22. Check out these suggestions for marking the occasion — including fun Zoom backgrounds.


APISA – Tsai & Yang at the Movies – “Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words”

Join colleagues for a screening of the documentary “Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words,” followed by a discussion.


APISA shares ideas for celebrating the Lunar New Year

The Lunar New Year begins on Jan. 22. APISA shares ideas for marking the occasion with colleagues.


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Next APISA meeting will focus on New Year’s celebration and future of work

APISA’s final meeting of 2022 will take place on Monday, Dec. 5.


UCOP employee resource groups unite in support of local charities

Help your colleagues give back by signing up to donate goods or to volunteer at an in-person event.


Celebrate Filipino American History Month on Tuesday

Join APISA for a delicious lumpia break in Oakland and an in-person or virtual documentary screening on Tuesday, Oct. 11.


Save the date for UCOP Pride’s National Coming Out Day event

Join UCOP Pride on National Coming Out Day, Oct. 11, for coming out stories and a community discussion.


APISA presents author Catherine Ceniza Choy, Ph.D.

On September 29, Professor Choy, will discuss her latest book, which features the themes of anti-Asian hate and violence, and the erasure of Asian American history.