August 21, 2017

Open letter to King County Council

To the King County Council, My name is Sonny Nguyen and I have the pleasure of serving as the Organizing Director for API Food Fight Club. This past Friday, I visited Vancouver, Canada to tour their supervised injection site, InSite, and learn more about their program models, community engagement outreach, and their impact on the surrounding communities. It is with information I gleaned from this visit and discussions with social workers, nurses, and community organizers here in our area that API Food Fight Club has concluded Initiative 27, concerning supervised consumption sites, is heavily misguided. The misconceptions and misplaced fears […]
September 12, 2016

Seattle Times: Seattle City Council gets an earful protections for homeless

September 12, 2016

Crosscut: Spurning mayor, new approach to encampments

August 31, 2016

Seattle Weekly: Bouncing Under the Bridge (gifs)

August 25, 2016

Crosscut: 5 things to do in Seattle this weekend

August 25, 2016

Ethnic Seattle: Top Things to Check Out

August 25, 2016

API Food Fight Club’s Open Letter on the Encampment Sweeps

August 20, 2016

3 Reasons to Support the Chinatown-International District Block Party
August 18, 2016

International Examiner: CID Block Party, a catalyst for community building

August 15, 2016

NW Music Scene: Free, CID Block Party Coming to Seattle on August 28th

January 14, 2016

Chinatown/International District task force

January 14, 2016
Photo by V. Nguyen

Donnie Chin BBQ 2015

In July 2015, our community lost an icon and a hero, Donnie Chin. Working with the community, API Food Fight Club was able to host a memorial barbecue (just like Donnie used to have them) and fed 300 Chinatown residents for free. We hope to continue this tradition every year to honor our friend and bring together our neighbors over free hot dogs and too much soda. Get in touch with our Organizing Committee to find out what you can do to help next summer: sonny[at]apifoodfightclub[dot]com.
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