Posted by Matthew Wong The Amazon rainforest is burning. However, this isn’t a new concept to the Brazilian rainforest. The problem is President Jair Bolsonaro’s reluctance of protecting the Amazon. Since taking office as President of Brazil in January, Brazil’s… Read More »WHY IS THE AMAZON BURNING?
Posted by Emily Liang “Violence. Healing. & Solidarity.” A physical and abstract atmosphere in which we acknowledge the violence in our communities, heal collectively, and stand in solidarity to spread visibility and fight against violence. Friday, September 19, marked the… Read More »#IMREADY MOVEMENT
Posted by all YAC members API-ACT(Asian Pacific Island Activism and Community Teach-Out) is an annual week-long summer program held by APILO for Bay Area youth. It focuses on activism and social justice issues in our communities through the education of history, identities, and issues… Read More »ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF API-ACT
Posted by Eujean Do and Queenie Tu On Friday, June 28 2019, interns from APILO’s Youth Advisory Council joined hands with youth from other local API programs to march at the Trans March. This year is especially special as we… Read More »YAC MEMBERS ATTEND THE ANNUAL TRANS MARCH IN SF
Posted by all YAC members It was raining outside. Cold and stormy. But the VSCO Headquarters in Oakland, California was burning with passion, talent, and excitement. Pink and purple balloons were sprawled around the ground from the elevators to the far back of the… Read More »YAC HOSTS ITS 17TH ANNUAL THAT’S NOT LOVE TALENT SHOW
Posted by Queenie Tu DISCLAIMER: It is to mention that although this article mainly connects abortions to women only, there are also transgender men and non-binary individuals who are still capable of conceiving babies, and they are also included when… Read More »ABORTION RIGHTS ON THE VERGE OF DISAPPEARING?
Posted by Vivian Wu and Kathy Liang Seven days of strike backed up by a 2,206 to 105 vote from the teacher union. 97% of OUSD students not in school. Over $7 million lost from OUSD. Yet still, the final… Read More »THE FIGHT FOR STUDENT VISIBILITY AND EQUITY