Generation Justice programs provide opportunities for youth of color, low-income youth and youth with disabilities to work with communities and participate in organizing/civic engagement activities—highlighting grassroots community organizing, youth activists, and peacemakers. Youth are asked to produce a media product such as a radio segment, digital story or blog to allow critical reflection on their experiences and deeper and broader understanding of issues. These productions also give voice to local activism, which often extends nationally and internationally.
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