The Summer San Diego Refugee Tutoring Day Camp addresses two main issues: elementary school aged resettled refugee schema building and youth leadership development. Living in City Heights, San Diego [...]
Listening: a Community’s First Response is not a project with a scheduled program of activities, instead it is a collective breath in response to emerging issues that demand quick action.
Through our project, we aim to engage and sensitize all the stakeholders in the islands regarding the importance of the turtles and the need to conserve these charismatic animals.
We offer an alternative platforms for emerging artists, healers and visionaries to share their gifts and talents by creating music as well as poetry, workshops, articles, new creative projects. We help facilitate multi-generational and multicultural networking spaces and help young people step into creative leadership roles.
Through investment in youth voice and Indigenous film we explore innovative ways to engage young people in developing culturally and socially just learning opportunities that derive from their real world community connections.
"Asali and The Pollinators" is an exciting story with a message that no matter how big or small you are, everyone has the power to make a change, even when things get scary. Concepts around environmental protection, animal/nature conservation, leadership, teamwork, giving back, and more are delivered through fun storytelling and relatable engaging and characters.
Our work is important to me because both my community and I suffer from poor air quality. The main sources of pollution are not from us and are the results of decisions made from leaders, however we as citizens have to take responsibility and fight for our health.
My project adresses the lack of inclusion for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. We, the hearing community, have unknowingly isolated them from the simple day to day "privileges" that we experience as a society; such as picking up a phone and calling someone.