California State Assemblymember Ash Kalra provides support, resources and advice to our youth and families.
Ash has always been an advocate for underrepresented communities and puts his policy where his mouth is.
For info on local, federal and state resources
You can follow him on IG @Ash_kalra or go to his facebook page https://www.facebook.com/asmashkalra/?tn-str=k*F
In this episode District 2 Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez provides a ton of helpful resources, supports and opportunities for our families, healthcare workers and youth.
Links to resources below
Click here food resources
Click here for other essential benefit information
Click here for high school aged students and community leaders that are interested in volunteer hours/opportunities
Click here to support our healthcare and medical field workers with supplies and donations
Click here for Parent and e learning resources
YWCA 24 hour crisis hotline 1800-572-2782
Suicide hotline 1855-278-4204
In this episode Jose Magana shares his experience as a member of our community navigating through the pandemic while advocating for our students and families. Please follow him on instagram: @truseejosemagana
Jose Magana Managing Director of Impact: @cityyear
SJUSD Area 2 Trustee: @trusteemagana
Library and Ed Commission: @sanjoselibrary
In this episode Denise Sanchez a middle school student in San Jose shares her experience and perspectives during this Covid-19 Pandemic. Following her experience will be a segment providing tips and tricks for distance learning at home and ways to make it impact heavy for the entire family.
music- "The Hour" By Ten Worlds Hip Hip group feat Aria
Starting with hip hop track " A Queens prayer" we address the downfall that comes from giving with resentment and acting out of anger. These behaviors are rooted in an insecurity that is presented as self doubt. We have to accept that we are unique and we have to follow through on our dreams and visions. It's the right thing to do.