Join young people from around the country to discuss adapting strategies and moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic and continued racial injustice. From life plans changing and lack of social interaction to nationwide protests and advocating for racial equality, we know that life is uncertain, scary, frustrating, and confusing. If you are between the ages of 14 and 22, we want you to be a part of this listening and learning session. We want to hear your voice; we want to hear your experiences; we want you to be represented!
The goal of “Youth Have Thoughts Too: Adapting and Moving Forward” is to connect young people to support one another through the turmoil of this public health crisis and the horrifying events taking place across our country right now, the history of racial injustice, and the toll all of it is taking on our communities. We recognize the need for communication and connection among young people and look forward to hearing your ideas, insight, and ideas on adapting to a new “normal” and how we can move forward in an uncertain world
Attendees under 18 years of age must have parent/guardian permission to participate in this event.
Parent/Guardian: Inclusion of your name and contact information constitutes consent for your child’s participation in this event.