868 Kearny Street
San Francisco, California

Co-Presented by Filipinas Magazine

Co-presented by the Young Filipino Professional Association (yfpa.org), Asian American Journalists Association San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (aajasf.org), APA|5 (apafive.org), Chinese for Affirmative Action (caasf.org), NAAAP-SF (naaapsf.org), HYPHEN Magazine (hyphenmagazine.com) and manja.org.

Co-hosts include Keith Kamisugi, Glenn Fajardo and Dexter Ligot-Gordon.

Donations Requested: $10-$20 sliding scale

Featuring appearances by Supervisor Tom Ammiano and performances by Kevin Camia and Samantha Chanse

On August 4, 1977, more than 50 elderly Asian immigrants, most from the Philippines, were evicted from the 10×10-foot rooms in the International Hotel located on the edge of downtown San Francisco in Manilatown. The evictions were carried out to make way for an office tower, but instead they gave birth to a defiant grassroots movement for affordable housing.

100 percent of all donations will go to Manilatown Heritage Foundation, which promotes social and economic justice for Filipinos in America by preserving our history, advocating for equal access, and advancing our arts and culture.

The (H)API Hour (hapihour.org) brings together supporters of Asian American Pacific Islander communities through happy hours that raise funds for, and awareness of, nonprofit organizations serving AAPIs in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles.

Visit www.hapihour.org and www.manilatown.org for more information.

Official Website: http://www.hapihour.org

Added by kamisugi on June 26, 2007