By Plyfaa Suwanamalik-Murphy In Mae Sot, a town adjacent to the Thai-Myanmar border, I hung behind my family, watching street vendors shouting to passersby of the goods they offered. Walking past a tourist […]
Looking at the 2550 Irving St. Project from a youth perspective, I see an opportunity for low-income youth to overcome the financial instabilities of their families and receive a solid foundation to focus on education, extracurricular activities, and their interests.
With the American Psychological Association (APA) reporting in October 2020 that the pandemic is likely to give way to “serious health and social consequences for years to come;” it is clear that this is the time to look at alternative practices for healing and recovery.
Modern society brings in a new era of aspiring for gender equality, but the presence of gender stereotypes still clearly exists in the learning materials presented to students.
When entering high school for the first time, most students come in without any knowledge of concurrent enrollment or taking college courses while in high school.
A new column by Plyfaa Suwanamalik-Murphy, a Sunset District native, Ruth Asawa SOTA graduate and SF Board of Supervisors Youth Commissioner for District 4.