Hxstorically, Asian Pacific Islander Community Night Market (APCNM) has been an end of the year event in the Spring for students and the broader community to come together. In collaboration with the Taiwanese American Organization in 2015, the culture night evolved into a Night Market, consisting of vendors, arts, crafts, cool trinkets, food, and performances from both students and professional groups. The motivation to hold an APCNM is to spark a revolution against the structures that reduce the Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) community to a monolithic entity, and to highlight our ability to come together, mobilize, and resist as a community with diverse experiences. This night was created to convey traditional and modern aspects of our experiences as AAPIs as well as provide a space to share resources, facilitate involvement, and inspire action within the AAPI community.
Keep up to date with events and announcements on our APCNM Facebook page!
Please check back here for more information about the 4th annual Asian American & Pacific Islander Community Night Market!
Please feel free to contact Ian Zamora (he/him) at (530) 752-7032 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact APCNM co-coordinators, Chatngern "Pete" Srivarom (he/him/they/them/she/hers) at email@example.com, or Jillian Yong (she/her) at firstname.lastname@example.org.