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For youth to learn about opportunities in their community & ways they can become more involved!
LA Promise Fund selects 65 teams to compete in the Girls Build Challenge. Each team selected to participate will receive grant funding and training to implement an organic, community-based, and data-driven solution to their challenge. All projects must incorporate civic engagement that extends beyond their school, and must center around three issue pillars: civic engagement; Health & Wellness; and STEM and College Access.
Working through a network of high-performing, community-based schools and a portfolio of programs that reach students throughout LA County, the LA Promise Fund creates vibrant community hubs and partnerships that foster motivated, engaged, and directed students poised for academic, professional, and personal success.
Youth Forward is dedicated to supporting disadvantaged youth and youth of color through policy advocacy, education and community action. In addition to its own policy work, Youth Forward assists other organizations with strategic support in the areas of youth organizing, policy research, and organizational development. Youth Forward is committed to supporting youth voice and youth/adult partnerships and as such, recently added young adults to its board directors.
#PassTheMicYouth seeks to amplify the voices of young people by sharing their lived experiences and stories of activism through a podcast and blog. This platform aims to highlight youth-centered issues, demonstrate the necessity of youth leadership, and provide educators and youth-serving professionals with useful tools and resources for fostering youth leadership and strengthening youth/adult partnerships.
For more than 100 years, 4‑H has welcomed young people of all beliefs and backgrounds, giving kids a voice to express who they are and how they make their lives and communities better. Through life-changing 4‑H programs, nearly six million kids have taken on critical societal issues, such as addressing community health inequities, engaging in civil discourse and advocating for equity and inclusion for all.
We work with young people so that they can lead in solving those challenges. Whether that means supporting communities to end child marriage or prevent HIV, we work with young people to change their lives and the lives of people in their communities. We are run out of hubs in ten countries across Africa, Asia and in the UK and USA, with a wider network of partners across the world. We have been working with young people since 1985 and our work is led by thousands of young volunteers and advocates every year.
Our goal is to empower girls by providing a safe venue where they can gather in a fun, relaxed setting to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of themselves, their peers and their world. The Youth EmpowHERment Sleepover is a celebration of sisterhood -built on self-love; focused on friendship, honesty, and authenticity.
MAPB formed to unite mothers who have lost their children to police violence. Every year families lose children and other loved ones to police killings. An alarmingly disproportionate number of African American and Hispanic men killed by policemen are unarmed. In virtually every case, officers that kill unarmed Black and Brown men are never charged with a crime.
Protests & Marches
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