Teaching Photography & Advocacy to D.C. Youth

 
$22,545
$27,455
Raised
Remaining
Nov 4, 2013

Future Photographers of the Month

Introducing the Youth Internship! In September, Critical Exposure developed a new afterschool program called the Youth Internship. It's an intro program that builds leadership, photography, advocacy and political education skills for high school students. At the end of the program, students will be prepared to take their skills to the next level while leading a citywide advocacy campaign!

We were also honored to receive a Mayor's Arts Award for "Oustanding Contribution to Arts Education" from the D.C. Commission on Arts and Humanities. Our Fellows hosted a documentary screening and discussion with over 30 community members in attendance, and our 6th annual photo auction was our most successful yet. With over 200 people in attendance, we raised over $38,000 for youth advocacy and photography in D.C.

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Project Leader

Adam Levner

Co-Director
Washington, D.C. United States

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Map of Teaching Photography & Advocacy to D.C. Youth