A Multimedia Piece on Mixed-Orientation Relationships
Asian Pacific Community Leadership Foundation founded in 1998, is a non-profit organization that promotes social, economic and political justice by training and supporting a strong, sustainable community of civically engaged leaders that reflect the diversity of local Asians & Pacific Islanders.
The Community Leadership Program Batch 2008 is comprised of 14 participants who have an interest in Asian and Pacific Islander issues and are dedicated to enriching and developing their communities.
Carrying on the tradition of ACLF in providing opportunity for experiential learning through a collaborative, team-oriented approach focused around studying and addressing a significant issue facing the Asian Pacific American community, CLP Batch 2008 accepted the challenge to provide a vehicle to give a voice to South Asians who have been or are involved in mixed-orientation relationships.
In partnership with Tasveer, Community Leadership Program Batch 2008 is showcasing a documentary or mixed-media presentation on mixed-orientation relationships. Mixed-orientation relationships have been defined as relationships in which the partners are of a differing sexual orientation. We hope that the documentary may serve as a vessel for understanding on the issues facing the South Asians who have been or are involved in mixed-orientation relationships.
Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008, 1 PM