digital blue compass in a circle to the left of VAYLA NEW ORLEANS

February Newsletter

A short and sweet month! Read ahead for updates on next month, too!
two-panel graphic of traditionally dressed chinese women yelling "register to vote" and pointing to a cat sitting at a table saying "be counted in Census 2020 first!"
Support Our Voices!
Black History Month:
VAYLA recognizes the sacrifices and pathways paved by our Black brothers and sisters so that we may all continue the movement work for progress and civil liberties of our young people. This February and every month should be about the work of educating each other on Black History, as Black History is American History, and on being dependable allies for each other.
graphic of asian woman and black woman holding up fists. left woman is holding bouquet of pink flowers and right woman is holding megaphone. a banner in front says 'together we rise'. the backdrop behind the left woman is blue sky with stars, the right side is vertical red and white stripes.

Mini Census Grants!

Are you or your organization interested in supporting our community for #Census2020? Apply now for additional funding! Our mini census grants are available for those dedicated to ensuring our hard-to-count community members are included. #EveryoneCounts

Click Here to Apply!
Join us for Youth Run NOLA's 504k!
Youth of any age can be registered for FREE if they sign up with VAYLA.
>> Registration must be completed by emailing <<
Adults receive a discount with promo code "VAYLA" by signing up here.
All registrations come with a free t-shirt and event-day festivities!
yellow youth run nola flyer with info that reads: saturday march 7 2020 504k featuring DJ jubilee and dj rq away benefitting youth run nola presented by urgent care eleven. 2020 schedule youth run nola's 10th birthday festivities birthday party + annual 504k presented by urgent care eleven birthday party: wednesday march 4th capulet (3014 dauphine st.) @ 6:30pm. race: saturday march 7th crescent park (2400 n peters) 8:30am race start festivities to follow register today at
girl with mouse facepaint holding up red envelope with both hands
Ginger Roots: a Reclamation of Our Bodies & Our Power
Ginger is a flowering and healing herb that spans throughout Asia and the diaspora and symbolic of the enduring resilience of our refugee and immigrant heritage. Be on the look out for VAYLA's intergenerational and multimedia Storytelling Initiatives this year! 
Congratulations to New Citizen Hùng!


Loyola University student Laura, Xavier University student Enoch (and VAYLA phonebanker) with our Civic Engagement Coordinator and Program Coordinator at XULAVA's tet festival.
Follow us on social media to stay in touch!
Copyright © 2020 VAYLA New Orleans, All rights reserved.

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp