Join members of Democrats Abroad Germany online for our Annual General Meeting (AGM)!
This year, we will gather online to review our work in the 2020 election cycle and discuss the path to victory in the 2021 special elections and the 2022 midterms. After a one-hour lunch break, we’ll reconvene for our national elections to elect our new Executive Committee (ExCom). These are the leaders of DA Germany and includes several officers and six at-large project coordinators. You can learn more about the election process and how you can run for a leadership position here.
10:30am - 1:00pm Review our work in 2020 and discuss what lies ahead in 2021
1:00pm - 2:00pm Lunch
2:00pm - 6:00pm National Elections
Make sure to RSVP so you can receive the information to join the online meeting. We will send this to all participants 48 hours prior to the event.
Even though the event will be held online, we would like to ask attendees to consider making a €10 donation. This donation will go towards supporting the efforts of Democrats Abroad Germany, which includes costs for online advertising, printing costs, and more.
Donations can be made by U.S. citizens over the age of 18 to the following:
Account Name: Democrats Abroad Germany
IBAN: DE04 5405 0220 0140 2702 99
Verwendungszweck: AGM 2021WHENMarch 20, 2021 at 10:30amWHEREOnline
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Ifung Lu rsvped +1 for Preparing for the Global Climate Strike with DAG Youth Caucus 2021-02-24 14:18:05 -0500
Join the DAG Youth Caucus to prepare for the upcoming Global Climate Strike on March 19, 2021!
The Global Youth Caucus is participating in the Global Climate Strike with a virtual climate strike webinar on March 19 from 3-5pm CET. But prior to the GYC’s webinar, the DA Germany Youth Caucus would like to come together to talk more about how you can participate and help you prepare for the strike!
On March 16 from 6:30-8pm CET, we’ll discuss the local opportunities to strike in your city, talk about the GYC’s upcoming virtual climate strike webinar, and share our thoughts on what else we can do to demand climate justice! We hope to see you there!
Please RSVP to receive the Zoom link.
Check out the GYC event page for more information about the virtual climate strike; the event will be posted soon.WHENMarch 16, 2021 at 6:30pmWHEREZoom
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Join Democrats Abroad Germany for an Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus kick-off event.
We will be getting together for a happy hour to meet fellow AAPI Caucus members, talk about what the AAPI Caucus could look like in Germany, and what we hope the Caucus will accomplish.
If you’re interested in volunteering with the Caucus, you can already sign up here.WHENMarch 17, 2021 at 7:30pmWHEREZoom (RSVP for Link)
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„Teatime is a way for us to help members get to know each other and discover what’s important to us — and what we want to organise around,“ said Powen Shiah, member of the Global AAPI Caucus Steering Committee.
Members from the Europe, Middle-East and Africa region joined us for Teatime on January 28th to exchange experiences, ideas and stories. The first in a series of planned global and local community-building events hosted by the Global AAPI Caucus, the virtual event aimed to give members a relaxed space to connect.Read more
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are “moving from being the marginalised to the margin of victory” according to Vyanti Joseph, AAPI constituency and outreach coordinator for the Warnock for Senate campaign in Georgia.
In a panel webinar on December 17th, Ms. Joseph, along with DNC chair Tom Perez, DNC AAPI caucus chair Bel Leong-Hong, AAPI constituency and outreach coordinator for the Ossoff for Senate campaign Cam Ashling and AAPI coalition director for the Georgia Democrats Linh Nguyen, spoke with Democrats Abroad about the growing importance and influence of the AAPI community on local and national politics in the US.Read more
Since moving to Glasgow to go to university I find myself missing lots about New Orleans. I miss the warm weather, the people, my friends, family, the annual church Christmas tree sale, and most of all the food. Most New Orleanian dishes are meat heavy, spicy, and with specific ingredients hard to find anywhere else, so a lot of improvisation is needed when trying to cook for a group of friends with two vegans, a vegetarian, someone with a gluten intolerance, and make sure its not too spicy. Sadly this makes it impossible to make my favorite dish (chicken and sausage gumbo), but I've found that my red beans and rice recipe is always a hit! Red beans and rice are traditionally a Monday (laundry day) night dinner, as it's a low effort dish that can simmer all day while doing you're laundry. I've adjusted a couple recipes I've found online to my taste and schedule so feel free to improvise!
Lina's Red Beans and Rice (can be vegan/vegetarian)Read more
Ifung Lu published Recipes from Home: Brianna's Sweet Potato Casserole in News 2020-12-08 13:58:01 -0500
I first moved to Ireland in November 2018. It didn't make sense to turn around and visit America less than a month into my move, so my partner's family put on a Thanksgiving to make me feel less homesick. After hearing about "the marshmallow thing" and how positively gross it sounded, I had to defend my southeastern heritage and bring Sweet Potato Casserole to the table. This is the recipe my own Chinese mother loves, a "not too sweet" version using maple syrup instead of copious amounts of brown sugar that also results in a high fibre snack while you're in a flurry of cooking. Try to find American marshmallows if you can, I've found the UKI ones don't melt quite right for the casserole.
Brianna's Sweet Potato CasseroleRead more
Ifung Lu published Recipes from Home: Karen's Caesar Salad (no raw eggs) in News 2020-12-08 13:46:43 -0500
Thanks to Covid, I can't travel home to New York City on a regular basis. In Munich, the asian food scene is pretty much non-existent. Since I don't have time to become a DimSum chef, I figured I could at least find a way to come close to my favorite New York salad - the Carmine's version.
Karen's Caesar Salad (no raw eggs)Read more
Ifung Lu wants to volunteer 2020-11-25 02:22:40 -0500
The Democrats Abroad Asian American Pacific Islander Caucus is looking for your support at global, national, and chapter levels. Here is more information about opportunities to volunteer with our different working groups. Let us know how you want to get involved, by checking off the working groups you're interested in the form below.
Communications & Outreach
Help reach new caucus members and share stories of Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders living abroad. This working group curates our caucus’s online presence (web, social media, email) and promotes events, activities, and issues.
Country Committee Guidelines
Help coordinate with, support, and organize with Democrats Abroad's 40+ country committees to establish an AAPI caucus at the country and chapter levels.
The AAPI community is large and diverse, which means there is also a wide range of issues impacting our members. Help us identify and educate our members about these different issues.
Events in a Box
To help local AAPI caucuses, we are preparing pre-made events that caucus leaders at the country and chapter levels can use for events to bring their members together. Volunteers can help create an event based on issues identified by the Issues Working Group and find ways to facilitate discussions.
Organize speaking events with prominent members of the AAPI community. This could include these roles:
- Coordinate event with the Global Communications & Global AAPI Co-Chairs
- Zoom training with Global IT
- Liaise with speakers and plan logistics