It’s not Goodbye, It’s “See You Later”!
This week, our wonderful former VA Middle School Program Coordinator, Pallavi, shared some of their reflections as they transitioned out of the organization and embarked on a new chapter of their life!
Our Stories: DC Elementary School Youth Council Podcast
This year our theme was Ignite: where youth got opportunities to discover their passions. Throughout the year we talked about what ignites us and how we can apply that to different social issues that we are passionate about. Check out this week’s blog for the behind-the-scenes for the production of our DC ES Youth Council’s Podcast and have a listen to our youth’s stories!
MD AALEADers closes off the school year with a cooking series!
This spring, AALEAD youth participated in several cooking workshops that brought to life different types of cuisines from Asia, brought here and still serving a meaningful purpose for Asian Americans in terms of community building through food. Check out this week’s blog and view a video that AALEAD youth at Blair HS created to showcase their cooking workshop series.
Our Stories Count
Every 10 years the Federal Government takes on the task to count every single person to help determine political power, how federal dollars are shared in the U.S, and how resources will be allocated over the next 10 years. Read on this week’s blog to learn about why the Census matter for Asian American communities!