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Youth Power, Youth Lead: Stories from the Youth Power Fund
Resources from Why Summer Matters: Challenge & Opportunity in Summer Learning for Children & Youth
The Wisdom of Youth: Equity Centered Solutions to Prevent Youth Homelessness
California Funders Announce New Fund To Support Youth Organizing for Social Change
Building the Future: Youth Organizing for Equity, Sustainability, and Justice
Shaping the Moment into a Movement: Black Youth Voice and Leadership
Resources for Bay Area Health Funders Group | The Next Generation: Youth Mental Health
Northern California Funders Invest Nearly $1 Million in Youth Organizing
Recovery and Beyond: Youth Organizing for a Better and More Equitable Future
No Leaders without Organizers: The Importance of Building a Youth Organizing Pipeline
Bay Area Health Funders Group | The Next Generation: Youth Mental Health
An Update on the California Children’s Trust
It’s Time to Decriminalize our Education Systems for Youth of Color
Critical Choices in Post-Recession California: Investing in the Educational and Career Success of Immigrant Youth
Breakout Session: Youth Power
Young people are creating the world they want to live in by reimagining and transforming communities and systems. Through their activism, youth organizers are at the heart of intergenerational justice movements as leaders on the front lines and agenda setters for lasting change. Foundations that partner with young people and share power in a meaningful way that recognizes their leadership skills, move philanthropy to be more inclusive and equitable.
Resource Guide: Supporting Undocumented Youth
Breakout Session: Navigating Youth Recovery from COVID-19
All of our futures depend on supporting young people now —especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color youth who have experienced the most severe impacts of the pandemic. Times call for philanthropy to act together and share power with Bay Area youth to counter the educational, social, and emotional losses from more than a year without in-person learning at public schools.