Teaching Photography & Advocacy to D.C. Youth

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May 15, 2014

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See her side!
See her side!
We had a great first semester this year, and we've hit the ground running for the second!
  • We concluded our program at DC Met where students advocated to push back the start time of their school day.
  • We began a new afterschool program at Cardozo High School through a partnership with City Year.
  • We have a new class of Youth Interns who come from 7 D.C. high schools.
  • Students at HD Woodson High School are advocating to change their dress code policy.
  • At Eastern High School the students are working to improve the relationship between faculty and students.
  • The Fellows have continued their efforts to implement a restorative justice pilot program in DCPS in 2014.



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Project Leader

Adam Levner

Washington, D.C. United States

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