Luc Espinosa – Mouthful.org

2019-04-19T07:44:35-07:00

Mouthful flips the status quo by having world leaders sit next to disadvantaged high school students, enjoy an intimate dinner conversation, share stories, and transform lives. These events are unique, game-changing events which lead to both sides learning about possible solutions to relevant issues and inspiring change.

Jada Imani – Tatu Vision

2019-04-13T07:22:27-07:00

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.

Azelya Yazzie – Feed Our People

2019-04-13T07:22:29-07:00

Feed Our People addresses the issue of reservations not having access to information about the importance of traditional foods. Feed Our People will address this issue by presenting at local Native American centers and reservations and provide helpful information to why our traditional foods are important.

Social Justice Sewing Academy

2019-04-13T07:22:26-07:00

SJSA addresses the lack of free sewing and art making opportunities for youth in under-resourced communities. We tackle this by providing free programming to those communities. This work is important to me because I have seen the power of art in sharing opinions, informing communities, and being called to action!

Bright Future’s Music

2019-04-13T07:22:29-07:00

Without a safe environment kids in Oakland are exposed to drug abuse, sex trafficking and gun violence. We provide mentorship, and accessible music lessons that are free to low cost to students.

Russell Agustin – Sole2Soul

2019-04-13T07:22:29-07:00

The issues Sole2Soul addresses are public health and environmental sustainability. Through our research and experience, we have found that public health (whether that be physical health or environmental health) [...]

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