This panel will explore these questions and more with young movement leaders who are advancing justice and healing in their communities.
Hear from community leaders and young people from across the nation on how they are responding to this pandemic. Learn what you can do to urge policymakers to invest in programs that—now more than ever—address the needs of youth and young people.
On December 4, Hannah Matthews and Duy Pham presented our 2019 report, Children and Families in Trouble: Census Data Show Declining Health Coverage and Enduring Poverty, at “Reducing Inequality in Education Policy Day” hosted by the American Youth Policy Forum in Washington, D.C.
On May 29, Marlén Mendoza will present “Policy 101 Workshop ’Driving Systems Change through Policy and Advocacy’” at National Youth Employment Coalition, All Youth Working: A Forum on Engagement and Inclusion in Oalkand, CA.
On November 27, CLASP hosted Unjustice: Overcoming Trump’s Rollbacks on Youth Justice.
On May 2, Rosa Garcia spoke on a panel session titled “Campus Disconnections: The Student of Color College Experience” at the Leadership Conference Education Fund’s All Children, Our Future: Civil Rights and Education Conference in Washington, D.C.
On March 26, 2018, Andrea Amaechi will present at a workshop entitled “Creating Responsive Partnerships that Lead to Employment for Out-of-School Youth” at the National Association of Workforce Boards forum in Washington, D.C.
On March 14, Wendy Cervantes presented at the Children’s Health Fund conference. She spoke about the health consequences for children and youth impacted by immigration policies on a panel entitled “Issues in Pediatrics: Populations at Risk.”