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Category Archives: Youth Programs
It has been a long time since anyone has updated the YouthCAN blog and there are very good reasons as to why. Brace yourselves, this is a lengthy post. After the last post about the summer session Karen made, Mario … Continue reading
Monday 7/9 It was the first day of YC! Our studio artist Stewart Wong gave presentation of his public artwork and we continue with potato self portraits. Also Mario gave an excellent history lesson about the Chinese immigrant workers in … Continue reading
Than apply to the Freedom School: At Freedom School (Dec 28th-30th, 10am-4pm), you’ll explore: -Roots of poverty -Racism -Know your rights with the police -Prison industrial complex -How you can make a change -More history :] -Oppression in the education … Continue reading
For those of you who aren’t going to be busy with YouthCAN Summer Studios, here’s an awesome opportunity to become involved with social justice organizing! SYPP’s Summer Youth Organizing Institute is an 8-day intensive camp from August 15-22. Applications are … Continue reading
is now online at http://seattle.gov/syc. The Commission exists to represent the interests of teenagers directly to local elected officials, and it presents a great opportunity for young people to engage directly with decision-makers on issues that are important to them. … Continue reading
The Seattle Youth Commission application is now online at http://seattle.gov/syc*. The Commission exists to represent the interests of teenagers directly to local elected officials, and it presents a great opportunity for young people to engage directly with decision-makers on issues … Continue reading
By Brian. On April 15th, 2011 Mike O’ Brien visited Youthcan to talk about his life as he went through high school, becoming a city council member, and what he did to help out the environment of Seattle. Mr. O’ … Continue reading