JSA Voices

April 13, 2021

JSA April Chapter of the Month

Cristo Rey St Martin JSA State: Midwest   What has your chapter done to help your local community and/or beyond?  We constantly encourage our members to […]
April 12, 2021

JSA April Student of the Month

Meg G.   Pronouns: she/her  JSA State: Midwest (Illinois)   About Meg: Meg found her second home at her high school’s JSA chapter. She became so fond […]
April 9, 2021

Immigration Reform Defines the Fate Of Many

  By: Maya M. Maya is a rising Junior and a member of the JSA club within the Ossining District. She is a student advocate for […]
March 19, 2021

JSAF & JSA Student-Run Racial Justice Taskforce Stands in Solidarity with the AAPI Community

JSA Student-Run Racial Justice Taskforce  Statement  To the JSA community: We, the members of the Student Racial Justice Task Force, are deeply disheartened and outraged by […]
March 15, 2021

Stacey Abrams Writing Contest

JSA was honored to have Stacey Abrams as our 2021 Winter Congress key-note. Student participants were asked to describe what they learned from Ms. Abrams during […]
March 3, 2021

JSA March Chapter of the Month

Schaumburg High School  JSA State: Midwest   What has your chapter done to help your local community and/or beyond?  In our chapter, we discuss important topics […]
March 3, 2021

JSA March Student of the Month

Brooklyn R.  Pronouns: she/her  JSA State: Midwest (Michigan)    About Brooklyn: Brooklyn is from the great state of Michigan and grew up in the suburbs outside […]
March 1, 2021

Hate in the U.S. Can be Healed in Childhood

Hate in the U.S. Can be Healed in Childhood   By: Audrey L. Audrey is a sophomore and Director of Advocacy for Alliance Collins High JSA Chapter […]
February 23, 2021

The State of Affirmative Action

The State of Affirmative Action     By: Lucia R.   Lucia is a sophomore in the JSA State of the Southeast. She has participated in […]