- published: 21 Oct 2015
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The Youth Advisory Council, a project of Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, aims to advocate against domestic/dating violence in the Asian/Pacific Islander community, educate their peers about API community issues, and support APILO’s legal programming through workshops, awareness events, volunteering, and media arts projects. Check us out at thatsnotlove.org or tinyurl.com/apply4apiloyac!
Alumni celebrate Legal Outreach's 30th anniversary. Legal Outreach prepares urban youth from underserved communities in New York City to compete at high academic levels by using intensive legal and educational programs as tools for fostering vision, developing skills, enhancing confidence, and facilitating the pursuit of higher education." Legal Outreach Co-Founder & Executive Director: James O'Neal Director of Development and Strategic Planning: Stephanie Feingold Polychrome Media LLC DP: James Kamp Producer, Writer and Editor: Paul Lin Music "tokyoStreet" by airtone
Likwa Nkala of East Metro Youth Services and Andrew Bartley of Platinum Leadership introduce the Youth Outreach Worker Community of Practice. ‘The Youth Outreach Worker Program supports marginalized and at-risk youth and their families. This helps them to better navigate and connect with services and opportunities in their communities and to improve youth outcomes.’ 22 lead agencies are contracted by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services to provide the Youth Outreach Worker Program. In 2016, four new regions of the YOW program were added as part of the Enhanced Youth Action plan. This created an opportunity to formalize the YOW Community of Practice as well as increase the support provided to frontline workers through an online learning portal. It was our pleasure to engage Platinu...
This is team "Tragedy" a exposition basketball team made up of youth and mentors of T.E.A.M.R.A.W Youth Outreach. T.E.A.M.R.A.W. is an acronym for To Educate And Motivate the Ready And Willing. This team travels and plays local youth programs while promoting drug awareness, gang prevention as well as positive healthy life skills. Through basketball and the lessons learned these men from different backgrounds come together for the March Mayhem in the Desert B-Ball Tournament benefiting the Childrens Justice Center. Id like to send a big shout out to Shady, Law Knee, and the rest of the Z.F.A for the this trailer, also to Coach Mitchell, and Coach Lahi for their dedication to these boys. and finally to the Team....we look forward to the documentary " the Making of Mayhem, TRAGEDY II 200...
Closing stmt for defense by Anu
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This project needs career break volunteers with skills in marketing, fundraising, design, law, office management or administration. It has a wide range of volunteering programmes that support important human rights, community development, education, legal rights, health care and income generation issues. See project C7 on our website.