Multicultural Voices is a publication created by our office to showcase the awesome things our multicultural community is accomplishing here in Utah. We also hope to utilize this newsletter magazine to keep you updated on the things that we are working on here at the Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Thank you for all your support and lets continue to make Utah a strong state where everyone has the opportunity to thrive!
We are always looking for input on feature stories and works of art. If you have any ideas for future stories or know someone who just needs to be featured, let us know!
*NEW Multicultural Voices – Volume 3 Issue 1 Interactive Version | PDF Version
Because May was Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month, this edition of Multicultural Voices honors the contributions of Asians and Pacific Islanders (API) living in Utah. The featured communities and community leaders highlight the ethnic diversity among APIs and emphasize the power of identifying with our cultural heritage.
Multicultural Voices – Volume 2 Issue 1 Interactive Version | PDF Version
In this issue we talk with a couple of young Latinos about their experience in creating the first ever Latin American film initiative in Utah. We also interview staff of the Kearns Library to get the scoop on the programs they run that strengthen the community.
Volume 1 Issue 3 Interactive Version | PDF Version
We are happy to introduce our Youth Summit Special Edition of the Voices. This edition offers a recap of the 2014 Multicultural Youth Leadership Summit (MYLS). We catch up with participants and attendees of the Summit and share their stories of success.
Multicultural Voices – Volume 1 Issue 2 Online Version | PDF Version
In this issue we tell the story of three amazing people. You will discover how one person went from refugee to business owner. Be inspired by two young students who will one day change the World and see how one man tells his life story with clay.
Multicultural Voices – Volume 1 Issue 1 Online Version | PDF Version
In this issue we introduce the magazine newsletter. Our featured story is of an excellent student and superb community member Harjit Kaur. Also included is the amazing story of Buu Diep, a refugee from Vietnam. Make sure you check it out!