youth Archives

  • What do you call a play that takes the commentary of the movie and series “Dear White People,” the parody of “Bamboozled,” the movement of African American Greek fraternities and sororities rooted African step, the soulful sound of Negro spirituals, and the element of restorative justice practices? It is the dynamic play titled, “What to […]

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  • On a Thursday Nov 8, Gerina Davis, the Youth and Community Clinician of Neighbors in Action, led a workshop on communication styles with a youth group from Youth Bridge. The conversation started with the question of whether conflict is a good or bad thing and what made it so. Collectively, they created the working definition […]

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  • On Thursday, November 8th, 30+ youth from YO S.O.S. and the Anti Gun Violence Youth Employment Program visited Brooklyn College for an interactive tour. The program was organized by Naomie Azor, YO S.O.S. Peer Leader, and Cassie Valarezo, Social Work Intern. Additional chaperones included Edward McWilliams,Youth Program Coordinator, Rahson Johnson, Youth Program Specialist, and Anthony […]

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  • “Power concedes nothing without a demand.” – Frederick Douglas On Friday, October 19th Neighbors in Action had the pleasure of hosting two site visits from Middle School 839 and South Brooklyn High School. Youth Specialist, Rahson Johnson, and Youth and Community clinician, Gerina Davis, were the hosts and facilitators for these groups. The middle school […]

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