API Food Fight Club believes in the power of food to bring people together, and the power of young people to organize and facilitate change across the world. Outside of our networking and connection work, our work is split into four core pillars of community building.


Art: We believe that expression is vital to the health of a community and that supporting young artists in their crafts builds a more vibrant and engaging future.


History: We believe that knowing our past is integral to building our futures and that learning from and about our histories will raise a generation of well-informed, well-equipped leaders in our communities.


 Business: We believe that local economies are necessary infrastructures for our communities and that supporting local Asian Pacific Islander owned businesses leads to stronger neighborhoods and more compassionate neighbors.


Justice: We believe that we have the power to shift policy and societal attitudes towards progressive change and that we have a responsibility to mobilize for more equitable communities

API Food Fight’s club vision is to inspire, connect, support, mobilize, and empower young APIA community leaders across the city of Seattle.

API Food Fight Club is a network and organizing coalition of young, progressive Asian and Pacific American organizers, activists, nonprofit workers, and leaders seeking to build and change community through art, history, business, and social justice using food as a common ground to build connections.