A CALL TO ACTION – lets take on issues surrounding housing crisis.
In the coming academic year of 21/22, members of the WSP chapter of the Bay Area Student Activists (BAStA-WSP) would like to actively participate and advocate for affordable housing for all. By Dylan Lee. The Bay Area housing crisis is continuing to get worse around us and it impacts not only the marginalized communities but … Continue reading A CALL TO ACTION – lets take on issues surrounding housing crisis.
WSP featured on BAStA’s Blog
High school shows support for H.R. 7120 (116th), the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act 2020 by Dylan Lee. 5/25/2021. Today marks the first anniversary of George Floyd's killing by police brutality. Calls for change have been called from every corner of the world and Americans have been having the awkward dialogues and insightful debates … Continue reading WSP featured on BAStA’s Blog
Receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine as a Teen: Preparations, Pain, & Side Effects
A first-hand experience of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. By Dylan Lee. Photo source: Dylan Lee Just before spring break last month, as a sixteen year old I became eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Although it was difficult to find available appointments without having to drive 45 or more minutes, I would constantly reload … Continue reading Receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine as a Teen: Preparations, Pain, & Side Effects
WSP Spirit Day theme offers a learning opportunity.
The dangers of the concentration of media ownership is an awareness that we simply must not ignore. By Dylan Lee. The High School Student Council kicked off Spirit Days for this semester early Tuesday morning this past week. The themes announced by the Student Council were Disney+ and Decades. Unsurprising to most of us, WSP … Continue reading WSP Spirit Day theme offers a learning opportunity.
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Lost in translation
Redefining what Asian American means to me. By Dylan Lee. Recently, I was assigned to write a five minutes speech for my Rhetoric class and I chose to take a closer look at my mixed heritage. “What are you?” might just be the most commonplace question every multiracial mixed child learns to respond to, dodge, … Continue reading Lost in translation
Asian Desi Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2021
Keep the momentum alive for Black Lives Matter.
A verdict can only do so much; real progress arises from structural change. By Dylan Lee. Thousands of eyes turned to the city of Minneapolis as they awaited the fate of Derek Chauvin. The streets of Minneapolis had been boarded up for weeks. People crowded outside the courthouse, prepared to take the streets. The National … Continue reading Keep the momentum alive for Black Lives Matter.