CSA Resources


Last Updated: April 6th 2021

A collection of resources that our team has put together regarding some important issues in the world, as well as general resources that we think are important for everyone to know. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list, nor is it meant to take away from issues that are not highlighted here. Check back for more updates!

CSA General Member Sign-Up

Welcome, we're so excited that you're interested in joining the CSA family!

Not only does becoming a CSA member give you access to perks like cool discounts and events, but you'll have the experience of a lifetime through being part of a community and meeting amazing people.

Make sure to pay your membership fee on the USC website (it's only $5!!!), fill out the general member form so we know how to contact you, and join our Facebook group to stay in the know on all things CSA-related!


The fight against racism is a long-term movement, and as part of the Asian community, we need to reflect on what our allyship to the Black community looks like. To continue the conversation about the importance of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, CSA has compiled some resources to help fellow our Asian-Canadians get educated and involved.

Sexual & gender-based violence

Sexual and gender-based violence is a broad term that describes any violence, physical or psychological, carried out through sexual means or by targeting sexuality. These forms of violence affect not only victims, but also society as a whole. CSA has created this carrd to help our community learn about sexual and gender-based violence, as well as to direct survivors of sexual violence to necessary resources and support.

western-Specific (uwo) resources

Stop Anti-Asian Hate

The recent rise in anti-Asian racism has pushed us to reflect on the historical and ongoing harm caused by acts of racism. CSA Western condemns these attacks on our community, not just at Western, but in our hometowns, our whole country, and around the world. We continue to strive to support and provide a safe space for the Asian community, particularly our fellow students on campus who may be shocked, angry, and/or afraid. We have compiled a collection of resources to help us all learn, grow, and contribute to the Protect Asian Lives movement.