Posted by Kathy Liang, Vivian Wu, Eujean Do, Queenie Tu, and Hua Wei On November 3rd, the Youth Advisory Council had the honor of attending The AAPI Women Lead Conference 2018, a meaningful gathering for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) self-identified women to raise awareness and learn about women empowerment. Through panels and discussions,[…]
Posted by Vivian Wu Equality is for all, but I guess the definition for “all” isn’t the same to everyone. Once again, our government tests our community. As Asian/Pacific Islanders, we’ve been known for our favoritism towards males and boys since many years ago. This stereotype still exists in the minds of other races; many[…]
The Youth Advisory Council stands in solidarity with Anna Nepomuceno, a Filipina immigrant and mother of two young daughters. We #RiseWithAnna in support of her daughters’ struggle for justice and safety from sexual violence.
Posted by Dana Sinclair Facts: ● Asian American women earn 3% less than the median American man (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics) ● The median Asian American woman also earns significantly more than the median black or Hispanic man in the United States ● More than half of Asian Americans over 25 have[…]
Posted by Becky Liang On June 22, 2015, Tyrell D. Shaw, a twenty-five year old artist and bow tie designer, was found dead, hanging from a rope tied to the bottom of an elevator shaft. In the previous six days, he went on an attack spree targeting Asian women in Manhattan, New York. He smashed[…]