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QTPOC Snack n Chat with Utopia Seattle!

  • 205 East Meeker Street Kent, WA, 98032 United States (map)

API Chaya Queer Network Program is partnering with U.T.O.P.I.A Seattle (United Territories of Pacific Islander Alliance) to host a social event for Queer and Trans People of Color - at their NEW OFFICE! 

Come snack and build community with other Two-spirit, Gender Diverse, LGBTQIA+ people of color. Make new friends, catch up with old ones! there will be ice-beakers and conversation over food. 

This event is for Trans, Queer, 2 Spirit, Gender Diverse people of color. *please respect this event is for people with POC heritage (including mixed folks!)* 

Join us on Saturday July 21st | 11am-1pm
UTOPIA's New office in Kent!
205 E. Meeker St.
Kent, Washington

Please RSVP on facebook or to, so we know how many folks to expect. :)

Vegetarians and Vegans welcome!

205 E. Meeker St.
Kent, Washington

FREE: Street parking is available on Meeker St. in front of the office. 

CARPOOLING: Since this event will be in Kent, we plan to organize carpooling, please contact if you would like to volunteer carpooling people from Seattle or throughout the city. 

Accessibility information: 
The space is wheelchair accessible. No steps at the entrance.
Please come scent-free and avoid wearing perfumes and other fragrances to reduce the risk of exposure to our community members with chemical sensitivities.

More information about why and how to be scent-free is available at and 

Bathrooms: One stall all gender restroom

We'd like to work with you to make this and future events as accessible as possible. Please let us know your access needs by emailing, and we'll work with you to make sure our events can fit your needs. 

Brought to you by UTOPIA Seattle and API Chaya's Queer Network Program

UTOPIA Seattle (United Territories Of Pacific Islanders’ Alliance), a non-profit organization of volunteers in the Greater Seattle working to provide sacred spaces to strengthen the minds and bodies of QTPIs – Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders – through community organizing, political engagement, and cultural stewardship.
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API Chaya empowers survivors of gender-based violence and human trafficking to gain safety, connection, and wellness. We build power by educating and mobilizing South Asian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and all immigrant communities to end exploitation, creating a world where all people can heal and thrive.
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