Let's Do Work- Youth Justice Training Project
The Youth Justice Training Project immerses middle and high school students in present-day perspectives on social and cultural issues involving class, gender, sexuality, and race. This interdisciplinary program gives students the chance to learn, discuss, and apply their knowledge through the creation of multimedia projects including blogs, short films, podcasts, and visual art. Students develop their academic skills in a rigorous intellectual environment by focusing on the social justice issues that matter most to them. Students also explore how creative writing, visual art, performance, and social media impact social justice movements. The knowledge, skills, confidence, and community that students build through participation will help them make a bigger impact on the causes they care about for years to come.
Hosted on ZOOM
90 min weekly sessions- Middle & High School Students
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This program is perfect for school groups, church groups, school clubs, community groups, families, and more. We will work with most groups and move you forward in your journey. Package includes weekly facilitation, registration management, participant attendance management, curriculum, handouts, and a certificate of completion for all participants. We'll manage the administrative pieces and support youth along the way.
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