AREVA MARTIN CONTINUES TO ADVOCATE FOR THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AND THOSE FACING DISCRIMINATION AND INJUSTICE- The Seattle Medium
“The community as a whole has suffered like the Bruce family,” Martin offered. “That’s restorative justice. A lot of people think of it as reparations, but it means an injustice was done to someone. So we have an obligation morally and legally to make them whole.”She said there are many more cases like the Bruce
Areva was in Washington, D.C. at the end of September for the 51st Annual Legislative Congressional Black Caucus Conference. It was the first time in three years the event was held in person. Areva photographed at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Phoenix Awards. Read Vice President Kamala Harris’s remarks.
“This past weekend, media personality, advocate and attorney Areva Martin was honored during the 19th annual Salute to Women in Leadership Gala in her hometown of St. Louis. Presented by the Urban League, Martin received the Lifetime Achievement Award for her years of community outreach and philanthropy through her non-profit organization Special Needs Network (SNN).” Read the full article
On September 9th 2022, Areva Martin was presented a Lifetime Achievement Award during the Salute to Women in Leadership Gala hosted by the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis. The award is presented to outstanding women who create opportunities for ‘disadvantaged and overlooked individuals and communities.’ Maxine Waters, a St. Louis native like Areva, sent