Online Relationship Assistance for Asian Pacific Islander Youth

Upcoming Events

Love Shouldn’t Have to Hurt Poster Contest

Due: 5:00pm, Friday, June 1 st, 2012

Mail to: 1121 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA 94103


Email to:

Poster Contest has just started and all teens are welcome to hand draw a picture that includes the words "Love shouldn't Have to Hurt" to win some cash prizes. All posters must be turned in by Friday, June 1, 2012. Click here for the Poster Contest application


That’s Not Love Talent Show

San Francisco Main Public Library

Koret auditorium & Latino Hispanic meeting room

100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA

Friday, June 22, 2012

The 10th Annual That's Not Love Talent Show is going to be on Friday, June 22, 2012. We are now accepting acts. Winners will receive a cash prize. We will upload our talent show flyers and application soon. Please email us for more information:


API Activism & Community Teach-Out 2012

General Information:

API-ACT is a one week social justice program for youth ages 13-18 addressing Asian Pacific Islander (API) history in America with an emphasis on connecting historical struggles against racism and poverty with the outgrowth of API community activism in the present.

Programs & Activities:

July 30- Aug 3, 2012: API-ACT will incorporate interactive API history presentations and discussions of current social justice issues with community tours to historic sites and community-based organizations working in areas such as immigrant rights, violence against women, housing, and education, juvenile justice, community arts, and/or health, senior and legal services. Activities will also include photo journalism, arts and media projects. The participating youth will also engage in volunteering as a group alongside with our Youth Advisory Council members at the 38 th annual Nihonmachi Street Fair located in San Francisco’s Japan Town.

Application Information

Potential API-ACT participants must fill out application Attn: Youth Advisory Council, by 5:00pm on June 22, 2012, Due to limited space, applications will be reviewed and considered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Need-based scholarships available upon meeting low-income eligibility requirements.



Youth Advisory Council of API Legal Outreach


  The Youth Advisory Council (YAC) of Asian P acific Islander Legal Outreach (APILO) is a group of 8-10 high school age, API youth from the Bay Area, who work to stop domestic and dating violence by educating their peers through workshops, trainings, events, and media arts projects. The YAC members are paid stipends based on meeting specific participation requirements of the program.

-Recruitment starts now to join YAC. If you're interested then click here and apply! Deadline is April 6th, 2012!


API Legal Outreach presents:


The Creative Work Fund, a program of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund supported by generous grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The James Irvine Foundation is having Summer Art Program with Leland Wong, a local silk screening artist. Through this program, you'll learn about the process of silk screening and the topic of Violence. You will be visiting various places to learn about the history of violence and the API community. This program is for any student between age 14-20 who have some art ability. Your work will be showcased in our annual API Legal Outreach banquet. For more info, visit:


Who: Youth age 14-20

What: Learn about Silk Screening, API Community and history of Violence

When: Begins on June 4, 2012 - August 16, 2012

Where: Japanese Cultural and Community Cetner fo Northern California (JCCCNC)