All Articles about Education
The Humanhood of the Traveling Zine
Senior Fellow Michelle Lo's Action Project is a student-created collective zine that educates and start conversations surrounding anti-racism.
Mirotraganje - In Pursuit of Peace
EDVACAY Fellows Almedina Mehić, Anastasija Ćorović, Jelena Dubravac, and Jelena Kerezović will create a scavenger hunt event with maps, puzzles and hints for young participants in two local communities, Banja Luka and Brčko, with the goal to provide the participants with knowledge, interesting historical facts and “signs of reconciliation” in their cities.
Adversity Ever After: Raising Awareness about Childhood Adversity
Senior Fellow Michael Elisabeth Gasior has been seeking to create an accessible, open-access repository of information about childhood adversity and stories from people and communities affected.
The Mystery of the Icky Water
Senior Fellow Alicia Terrero, together with Senior Fellow Ronak Gandhi, seek to discuss protection of the environment and local ecosystems with the youngest generation. To do so, they use the format of a mystery children’s book to discuss the role of corporations in water pollution & the destruction of local ecosystems.
As her Action Project, Daikira Brown-Turner organized a conference titled ACTIVATE. The program aimed to activate one's voice and strengths to dismantle the status quo. "Out with the old, in with the new and equitable life we all deserve," Daikira subtitled it.
A Little Background Story of the Colorful Inhabitants of the Netherlands
Since the 17th century, the world has significantly diversified with the acceleration of globalization. With this new era of evolution, mass movements have brought great cultural, racial and ethnic diversity within our communities. Indeed, while diversity reigns over our populations, social inclusion has, on its end, made slower progress. For Senior Fellow Stijn Ettes, the aim of his Action Project has been to educate younger generations on acceptance and equality.
For her Action Project, Diana Sosa created "FCPS NextGen," an alumni network that supports the educational and career success of first-generation and low-income students.
Social and Civic Leadership Academy
As his Action Project, Jalen Belgrave organized an overnight program of workshops focused on strengthening advocacy, social justice, and leadership skills.
Senior Fellow and 2020 Racial Equity Grantee Michael Scott and Managing Partner Helen Kramer launch Breaking Bread, a conversation series that assembles diverse identities to explore differing perspectives on controversial topics.
Racial Justice & Accessibility Fellowship
Racial Equity Grant Recipient Jalyn Radziminski-Smith launched the Racial Equity & Accessibility Fellowship at Count US In. The fellowship provided tools and resources to it's first cohort of 5 young activists to promote racial equity and accessibility in Indiana.