Dragon Fruit Project volunteers are always exploring ways to share what we’ve learned and create resources widely accessible to everyone. This has included:

  • art and zines
  • workshops (and videos from our workshops)
  • an interactive timeline queer and trans Asian & Pacific Islander (QTAPI) histories in the US
  • an upcoming walking tour of local QTAPI histories in San Francisco, to be launched at the 2018 National Conference for the National Queer Asian and Pacific Alliance, which will bring around 400 to 500 QTAPI folks to San Francisco in July build together
  • the Resilience Archives, a project a collaboration with Oakland-based artist Mia Nakano to blend visual and performance arts, community archiving, and free artistic educational opportunities to lift up the stories and histories of Bay Area LGBTQ Asian Pacific Americans
  • creation of articles on Wikipedia to document Asian & Pacific Islander diasporic histories (see below)

Wikipedia Articles

In 2014, we organized a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon to bring together an intergenerational group of volunteers to create collective knowledge on Wikipedia. Our volunteers created pages on: