Editorial Creation and Project Management: Not In Our Town partnered with the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights to provide information, guides, and action ideas for communities and schools about how to stand up to hate, intolerance, and bullying.
As the Project and Editorial Manager, I led the creation, editing, and quality assurance on the fliers. This included writing and editing copy, sourcing photos, and managing the graphic designer on strict deadlines. View both fliers here.
Blog piece on Resources for Tackling Stereotypes Against Native Americas: Across the country, Native Americans face racism, stereotypes, and erasure of their culture and heritage. Multiple forms of stereotyping of Native Americans continue to persist in politics, media, and sports.
So how can we stand with Native Americans in our communities?
It starts with asking, listening, and learning about Native issues and concerns.
Press release on The Asia Foundation’s San Francisco Photo Exhibit on Asia’s critical issues: San Francisco, August 6, 2014 — Guided by a mission to improve lives, expand opportunities, and help societies flourish across a dynamic and developing Asia, The Asia Foundation is marking its 60th anniversary with a year-long global conversation on critical issues facing the region today. As part of the global discourse, the Foundation has organized an August 7 to October 31 photography exhibition, Critical Issues Facing Asia: Marking 60 Years with the World Affairs Council in San Francisco. A special artist’s reception that is open to the public will be held on September 4. Read full news release.
Press release on The Asia Foundation Announces Pulitzer-Prize Winning Journalist Sheryl WuDunn to Receive Lotus Leadership Award: San Francisco and Washington, DC, March 4, 2015 — As world leaders convene in New York for the 59th Commission on the Status of Women, The Asia Foundation’s Lotus Circle, a group of committed individuals, foundations, and corporations working together to advance the rights and opportunities of women in Asia, are pleased to honor Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and author Sheryl WuDunn, and women’s rights advocate and Director of the Centre for Social Research Dr. Ranjana Kumari as this year’s recipients of the Lotus Leadership Award. Now in its 5th year, the Lotus Leadership Award is presented to outstanding individuals and organizations who have made significant contributions to the well-being of women and their communities in Asia. Read the full news release.