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APIDC: Asians and Pacific Islanders with Disabilities of California

Breaking down barriers
faced by Asians and Pacific Islanders with disabilities

by providing information and education to the community,
training young adults to become advocates, and
connecting families to resources.


Save Asian Lives – Special Free Webinar

Thursday, April 8, 12noon-1:15pm

This special webinar will provide an overview of ways in which community members can help stem the tide of anti-Asian and Pacific Islander hate incidents/crimes.

Topics Covered:
– intervention strategies: what to do if you witness a hate incident/hate crime
– legal services for victims
– law enforcement responses; distinguishing between hate incident v. hate crime
– advocacy and messaging: making our voices heard
– workplace and school harassment: prevention strategies
– creating community: multi-ethnic, multi-generational, LGBTQ, faith-based
– mental health supportive services, including for children, elderly and AAPI women

Sponsored by Asians and Pacific Islanders with Disabilities of California (APIDC). 

For more information, please visit Save Asian Lives webinar.

You must register to attend the webinar. Please register here:.

Save the Date for our Annual Gala

Saturday November 13 at 6:00PM
Stay tuned!


You can support us through a tax-deductible donation to APIDC:

Click Here to Make a Tax-Deductible Donation (credit card) to APIDC

Click Here to Make a Tax-Deductible Donation (Paypal) to APIDC


Checks can be sent to:

905 E. 3rd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90021

Support APIDC & Buy a Face Mask

The CDC has announced that double masking is highly recommended and can filter out 92% of particles. You can stay safe and support APIDC by buying our custom-designed masks, that come in Adult Teal/Peacock, which also come with a handy black lanyard. The colorful and stylish masks make wonderful gifts for friends and family.

Click Here to Order Face Masks

We would deeply appreciate your support!  Proceeds from our masks sales benefit our ARCH (Anxiety Resources for Campus Health) program. ARCH will be offering on-line mental health programming for students with disabilities at area colleges this spring semester. Programming will include Stress Management, Mindfulness, Burnout, and Self-Care. Participating campuses include Pasadena City College, Rio Hondo College, Citrus College and East Los Angeles College.  Renee Te has joined our growing staff in response to the high level of interest expressed by our college partners. For more information, contact Mark Matsui at


2021 Youth Leadership Institute

The annual Youth Leadership Institute will be soliciting applications for the 2021 session, to be held in the Fall.

Click here to learn more about the Youth Leadership Institute.

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