Brooklynat - Fall 2020
The Arab American Association of NY is a community-based, grassroots organization that has been serving the Bay Ridge community for over 20 years. Every season, we run youth organizing programs to give youth alternative political education with other young change-makers in our community.
Brooklynat is a community organizing group for female-identifying high school students living or attending school in Brooklyn. The fall session of Brooklynat will be led by Rania Lee Khalil, a local artist, therapist, and professor, and focus on histories of anti-colonial resistance & black-led de-carceral movements.
Due to the current public health crisis, youth organizing at AAANY has to look at a little different this year. Our programs will start off virtually and potentially move to have socially distant in-person meetings/projects if it is safe to do so.
Our fall Brooklynat program starts early October and runs for around ten weeks.
To apply for our fall session of Brooklynat, please fill out the form below. Parents, please do not fill out this application on behalf of your children, we ask that interested youth sign up themselves.
with any questions.
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What high school do you go to?
Which issues are you most interested in learning more about?
Police/Prison/Criminal Justice Reform/Abolition
Do you live in or attend school in South Brooklyn?
Are you looking to participate remotely or in-person with social distancing? (If you have underlying health conditions or live with someone who is over the age of 60 or with underlying health conditions - we ask that you only participate remotely)
What time would you be available for our weekly meeting?
Have you participated in a AAANY youth program before?
How did you hear about us?
From a teacher/mentor
From a friend
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