Saturday, 11:15 am to 12:45 pm—Workshops & Presentations

Art and Activism

Art Changes People and People Change the World // Using the Arts to Inspire Human Rights Change

Becoming Dominican in America: Conversations Led by Young Men, for Young Men

Build Your Own School

Building Digital Timelines to Create Histories of Liberation

Building Sustaining Relationships with Homeless Youth through Art

Classroom as Counter-Narrative: Storytelling in the Fight for Public Schools

Controlling the Narrative: Digital Storytelling as a Tool for Research and Resistance

Create, Activate, Elevate: Arts & Media as a Catalyst for Social Change

Created Equal: Classroom Tools for Examining The American Dream

Culturally Responsive Mathematics: Teaching Mathematics to Fight Racism, Sorting, and Segregation in K-8

Decolonizing the Academy: Student Activism at PWI’s

Education Not Deportation: Supporting Undocumented Youth Leadership in Schools

Exploring Student Peer Tutoring

Gettin’ Free Through Creativity

Healing Through Resistance: Confronting The Crisis of State Sponsored Murder in the ERA of Trumpism

Make Your Voice Heard: Exploring Youth Activism Through Drama (Young Activist workshop – ages 6-12)

Mexico’s First School Shooting: A Social Context

Organizing a Black Lives Matter Week of Action

Putting Central America on the Map in the Classroom

Rise Up! Youth Speak! (Young Activist workshop – ages 4-12)

Say That!: Making Theater as Citizen Artists

Sparring with Stereotypes: Boxing Gyms and Positive Youth Development

Step Up Step Back: Youth As Leaders in Organizing

Teaching Action Civics-Using PAR in the Community to Support Civic Engagement

Undoing Patriarchy and Unveiling the Sacred Masculine for Ourselves and Communities

Violence in Higher Education: Desegregating the Classroom and the Community

When Work is Play is Justice