Save the date: hotpot! holiday party Dec. 9th

hotpot! at AAU's Mid Autumn Festival

hotpot! at AAU’s Mid Autumn Festival

Hey folks,

It’s that time of year, time for hotpot!’s annual holiday party! This year it will be on December 9th from 6-9pm in West Philly.

hotpot! invites or family and friends (yes, you!) to celebrate another year with us and give gratitude. We’ll have food, a cash bar, a bumpin music mix, and white elephant gift exchange. We ask for a $7-10 donation, but no one will be turned away.  Please RSVP before December 6th to hotpotphilly AT Gmail. DOT com.

cheers!

hotpot! steering committee

We support DreamActivist PA

We as an organisation support the efforts of one of our own and a Dream Activist fighting for Stanly Moriah’s freedom. Please support Erika, and the rest of the Dream Activists in this cause.

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Hi y’all,

I know hotpot does a lot of immigration work and I’m wondering if hotpot would be willing to sign on to a letter by DreamActivist PA to John Morton asking him to get Stanley Moriah, our current END case, out of detention? We’re asking a lot of groups in the Philly area doing immigration work to sign on and I thought it’d be cool to ask y’all. I attached info about the case below, the first is a petition and the second is a link to the letter.

Mid-Autumn Festival

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hotpot! came out like a dragon at Asian American’s United  Mid-Autumn festival in Chinatown.  We drank boba, ate noodles, and enjoyed the festivities.

Hello, we’re hiring a graphic designer

hotpot! is looking for a graphic designer!

Position Overview

hotpot! is excited to announce our first paid contracting position. We are looking for an engaged, talented, organized, and most importantly flexible graphic designer to work in collaboration with our community team in creating a Queer Newcomer’s Resource Guide to Philadelphia.

There are multiple sections to this project that will be discussed and affirmed in participatory meetings held by interested community members starting on October 25th at the William Way Center. With this initial meeting, we will decide on the scope and reach of our resource guide. At the moment, we envision a community guide that we can publish as a booklet, which might include narratives and provider resources. Continue reading