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The Bridge Initiative
The Bridge Initiative aims to foster, revitalize, and restore the relationship between youth and law enforcement through legislative proposal, training, and inclusive dialogue that provide opportunities and protections for all citizens.
Michele Clark Scholars
Our mission is to help and respond to the needs of the Austin community by bridging the gap among police, schools, community, and businesses.
Peace Be Steel
In today's society, many people see the police as their enemy. Do you know some people are afraid of asking the police for help? We offer effective solutions to change this mindset.
Respect & Serve: Let's Do It Together
Respect & Serve brings youth and police officers together through leisure and service activities and documents their bond to help spread the idea of peaceful convening everywhere.
I challenge you to design a method to enable your peers to not only prevent acts of violence, but also engage in peaceful processes to prevent and eradicate them.
We are Los Aldeanos, and we live in a community where violence is around every corner. With our counseling workshops and sporting events, we aim to reduce violence in our school through these alternative activities and improve relationships amongst students and in the Little Village community.
CYEN (Chicago Youth Empowering Neighborhoods)
We represent youth collaborating with neighborhoods to combat violence by building relationships to deconstruct negative perceptions of others.
I challenge you to empower your peers to understand the financial system that governs their lives and implement a method for utilizing it for their benefit.
We are creating a Science Link-Up Day in our Ashburn community to engage women and people of color in discovering post-secondary options in the science field.
Sounds in the City
Sounds in the City is a project that engages students in an exploration of the urban soundscape in order to foster an awareness of the sounds in their environment.
1/39 of students attending Al Raby High School are autistic and struggle with communication and social issues. Our team works to increase their development by creating an environment of support through a peer buddy system.
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