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We are excited to announce our panelists and moderator for the 𝘞𝘦 𝘎𝘰𝘵 𝘜𝘴 Fund Panel that will take place at our upcoming fundraiser on May 19!

Come and listen to three NBF 𝘞𝘦 𝘎𝘰𝘵 𝘜𝘴 Fund grantees: Yuan Wang of Lavender Phoenix, Nikki Chan of Empowering Marginalized Asian Communities (EMAC), and Alina Fa'aola of Oakland Pacific Islander Network (OPIN), as they share their insights in a panel discussion with moderator Alice Y. Hom.

Join us on May 19th in San Francisco as we celebrate 5 years of grantmaking! Purchase tickets and learn more via the link in bio @newbreathfoundation


EMAC joins the 233 organization's call on the Biden administration to live up to its promise of creating a more humane immigration system by ensuring asylum seekers and other migrants are not placed behind bars in immigration detention as Title 42 is lifted.

Our organizations welcome the overdue end of the unlawful and cruel Title 42 expulsion policy. As Title 42 ends, the government can heed lessons from other nations; the international community has for years managed to humanely and fairly receive people forced to flee their homes due to crises and conflict. Many nations have responded to this challenge with community-based services and support programs—not by expanding the use of detention. The United States must show moral leadership and join these nations, rather than those that seek to punish and stigmatize the most vulnerable among us through detention and surveillance.

Read more about Title 42 and the complete open letter at:


Much love to all those who were able to attend our free self-defense workshop facilitated by Tina Tagorda of Team CAMA in partnership with EMAC, Healing PUSO, 209 API Coalition, and Little Manila Rising!

Weren't able to attend this month's workshop? No worries! Join our next workshop at our next Asian Health & Healing Clinic on Sunday 5/21 from 10-3 PM at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Stockton!


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