Why Do Black Lives Matter? Spring Break Mini Camp Registration Form
Why Do Black Lives Matter? Discussions on race through film, photography & design. Youth between the ages of 13 and 17 have the opportunity to "wake up" this Spring Break. Through interactive workshops and group outings, Wicomico County resident youth will get to dive deeper on topics rarely discussed in our local public schools.
This alternative spring break program is sponsored by Fenix Youth Project Inc. Thank you to all our donors who contribute to our organization.
- Youth participant must be between the ages of 13 and 17
- Youth participant must be a Wicomico County resident
-Youth participant must have parent & guardian permission.
- Youth & Parent must attend a MANDATORY Info session APRIL 13 1:00 - 2:00 PM at Wicomico County Downtown Library
Curriculum Background Information
Why Black Lives Matter: Discussing Race through Film, Photography and Design is compiled and produced by Wide Angle Youth Media and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
Instructors teaching in middle and high school classrooms created curriculum that encouraged identity reflection, initiated projects to amplify student voice, and inspired civic engagement. This resulted in over 100 collaborative and individual projects, spanning from poster design to animation, photography to documentary film. The activities that ignited conversations and creation around the Movement for Black Lives and racial identity in Wide Angle Youth Media classrooms. The curriculum is intended for middle school, high school, higher education settings and as a facilitation guide to complement public screenings of youth media.
Fenix Youth Project Inc. is pleased to provide this curriculum to the community.
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