2018 Women’s History Month

A Piece by Natalie Doan-Dunnum Since 1986, March has been declared as National Women’s History Month, where we honor the achievements of women. Women have accomplished a multitude of things in history that range from uncovering extraordinary discoveries in science,...

Why I Vote

A piece by Kevin Le | August 6, 2018 Why I Vote. Voting gives voice. It gives us–as individuals and as a community–the opportunity to be heard. Fact: It was not until 1948 that all Asian Canadians were granted the right to vote in the federal election...

Black Activists Highlight

February 24, 2018 Black History Month commemorates and celebrates the Black community and their achievements throughout American history. Their contributions have heavily progressed modern society in the United States towards one with inclusion and diversity. As many...

Asian Activists Highlight

February 26, 2018 February is Black History Month and UNAVSA is showcasing Asian activists who have contributed to the movement of empowering Black people and Black history. Many view experiences from different racial groups as unique and distinct, or are quick to...

Female Activist Highlight

March 19, 2018 March is Women’s History Month and we are is showcasing women who have contributed to the movement of women’s empowerment and equality. August 26th is considered to be National Women’s Equality Day in the U.S. as a commemoration of the passing of the...