Generation Justice offers a lot of hands-on, project-based learning opportunities for youth, including youth of color, low-income and youth disabilities to develop skills around careers in journalism and media. They are provided a system of support for career development that includes “real world” experience, exposure to role models, and relationships with adult and peer mentors. During their participation in GJ programs, youth gain content knowledge around media and social justice, interpersonal skills and leadership skills.
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