On September 20, 2019, AAPI Women Lead hosted our second annual #ImReady 2019 Movement Conference in Oakland, CA. Executive Director, Dr. Connie Wun sat down with Tarana Burke, founder of #MeToo to talk about gender-based violence, healing, and solidarity. Listen to what Tarana has to say about solidarity.
We are getting to launch our Movement Building Series 2.0 and we are so excited to return to San Jose, CA! Come join us as we launch " #MeToo & Beyond- Centering the AAPI Experience". The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Connie Wun and the AAPI Women Lead Team. We will be exploring what it means to be a self-identified AAPI woman and what it means to be at the intersections of violence. Make sure to save the details and date! When: 5/29 Time: 6:30-8:30PM Location: TBD
AAPI Women Lead invites you to join us to celebrate AAPI Women, to share and document our challenges and triumphs with racial and gender disparities. AAPI Women Lead will be hosting first annual state conference on November 3rd in Berkeley, California and we want YOU to help us build the agenda. We will share our stories about our journeys as AAPI Women leaders in our fields, including our challenges and successes with racial and gender discrimination, and our experiences wi
AAPI Women Lead linked up with Transformative Research Institute to create a community-based survey centered around gender-based violence (GBV) in Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. We launched it at the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles and after talking to hundreds of women and collecting surveys at the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles, we determined that AAPI Women are no strangers to experiencing issues around #metoo and various forms of
The AAPI Women Lead team had the honor of speaking with hundreds of participants at this year's United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles. In partnership with Transformative Research, we launched our community-based qualitative and quantitative #ImReady movement survey on AAPI Women and their experiences around #metoo and gender-based violence. We received so much support and participation. We're still working the on data and so far it's shown (and a lot of already knew thi