Free Minds, Free People
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Mission and Goals
Guidelines for Healthy Dialogue
Schedule of Activities
Special Partnership with Education Jam
About the Twin Cities
Photo Highlights – FMFP Oakland 2015
Social Media Campaign
Hip-Hop Words & Music: Finding Your Voice for Social Justice and Activism
Why We Stay?
Make Your Voice Heard: Exploring Youth Activism Through Drama
Arts and Brafts (BAP arts and Crafts)
“Who Are You(th)?”: An Interactive Workshop on Identity
Take Action for True Power!
“Meta-tuning” Our Selves: A Playshop for Critical Urban Youth Workers
From Our Roots to Our Flowers: Culturally Responsive Curriculum and Assessment
Finding the Personal in the Political and Political in the Personal: Youth Rise Texas and Youth Cinema Collective Collaborate
Honoring Emotional Intelligence While Dealing with Conflict
When Work is Play is Justice
Building Digital Timelines to Create Histories of Liberation
Art and Activism
Controlling the Narrative: Digital Storytelling as a Tool for Research and Resistance
Gettin’ Free Through Creativity
Create, Activate, Elevate: Arts & Media as a Catalyst for Social Change
Say That!: Making Theater as Citizen Artists
Building sustaining relationships with homeless youth through art (previously titled “Art Jam”)
Art Changes People and People Change the World // Using the Arts to Inspire Human Rights Change
How Can Graffiti Be Used to Challenge Dominant Settler Narratives in a Rapidly Gentrifying City?
Radical by Design: Transformative Media Production in Organizing
Capturing Narratives: Engaging Youth Through Photography
Taking Off The Mask: Building deeper connections by ‘Getting Real’.