APAPA asked its interns and alumni to share their views on the state of civic leadership in the age of COVID-19, racial discrimination, and other issues that face our country.
Their personal stories and poignant observations of society help us understand who they are and what they want from our leaders. It’s time to listen to our young people who are filled with so much passion and promise.
This is the first time many of them have expressed their views publicly. We commend them for their thoughtfulness and courage. Their civic activities deserves our support.
Truthfully, I have been inspired by our youth who have recently spoken out in support of affirmative action and Black Lives Matter in various forums, open letters, and protests. Their courage and
I serve as a Field Representative for Assemblymember Jim Frazier overseeing Contra Costa County, Sacramento County and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta of AD11. As a previous Intern and current Board Member of
The death of George Floyd at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer has sparked demonstrations across the nation led by the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. In response to the
I recently finished my first year of college and although I don’t remember much of General Chemistry, I do remember a lot from my Race and Ethnic Relations class that left a
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