From the Vietnam War and Civil Rights movement, youth have demonstrated their power in shifting politics. This workshop teaches youth about their own rights as a young person and expands on the idea of youth power.
The goal of this workshop is to talking about the idea of Positive Sexuality and what it means to our lives, gain information about the risks that can come from sex, and talk about how we can keep our selves safe if we do decide to have sex.
This workshop introduces the A-G requirements to students and the importance of completeing them for college admissions and future options. This workshop is specific to Californians for Justice students, however, it can be easily adapted for other groups and organizations.
Helps participants understand how the exit exam and lack of resources impact public schools. This workshop is a bit lated, however, it can be used to help participants understand the negative effects of the exit exam.
by Shannon Chase, Victor Duarte, Raquel Jimenez, Jidan Koon, and Nicole Trujillo
Participants will begin to think critically about their rights. They will share assumptions and what they know about the legal system. Then, participants will start the process of developing their student bill of rights by studying a sample student bill of rights.