By Jason Fuller: Misguided, out of touch, self-serving and ungrateful are a few words used to describe young people. Mitchell Hartman said the following in his New York Times article “Millennials at Work: Young and Callow, Like Their Parents”, “They
Sunday June 23rd, 2013 Generation Justice radio was dedicated to the Youth Health Literacy Project!
A few pictures from this year’s amazing OYE – Organizing Youth Engagement Conference. It was three days of conversations and workshops on health, racial, economic, and educational equity.
Daniel Ball, a recent graduate from RFK Charter High School shares his personal educational journey. Daniel stressed the importance of having caring and supportive adults in his life. Now that he has graduated, he says, “it feels out of this world amazing!”
We asked youth participants to tell us why education was important to them. They touched on everything from family to making a change in the world. This video captures both their messages and the passion with which they delivered them.
Youth Producer Thema Fenderson interviews D’Ana Alderete about what she learned from Generation Justice’s “Little Feet Walk Loud” interactive workshop at the 2011 OYE Conference.
Generation Justice attended the OYE (Organizing Youth Engagement) Conference held in Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 3rd, 2011. We had the opportunity to present “Little Feel Walk Loud,” a workshop on early childhood development. After the workshop, we asked some youth their views on early childhood development. Here is a trailer.