Bridging Communities is a ground-breaking course in activism, civil rights and solidarity-building that provides invaluable leadership training for American Muslim and Japanese American youth.
About the Program
Recognizing similar community experiences post-9/11 and post-Pearl Harbor, the Bridging Communities Program uses cross-community education to develop young leaders who have a strong sense of identity, who understand their own histories of struggle and resilience, and who have the leadership and advocacy tools to uplift their communities and work for social justice. Participants gather for a series of interactive sessions which cover topics such as: identity, culture, religion, civil rights, community history, advocacy, and community service. For more information about the sessions, click here.
For more information, contact Youth Development Manager, email@example.com or call (714) 776-1847
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