Bio: Vy Vu is from Hanoi, Vietnam. She just completed her degrees in English and Studio Art at The College of Wooster in May 2018. Vy is currently based in the DMV area and is working with The Sanctuaries on various social justice based art projects and The Young Women's Project on reproductive and sexual health. As a visual artist and poet, Vy explores the concepts of race, gender, sexuality and various social issues revolving around these identities. Her art is used both as a tool of raising awareness as well as spiritual healing. Besides her art and social work, Vy enjoys reading, playing music, spending weekends in the mountains and aimlessly walking around cities without maps.
June 2018, after the House passed its farm bill (H.R.2) with harmful SNAP amendments, the Senate passed its bill (S.3042) with bipartisan support that would mostly maintain SNAP status quo. […]Read More