Society & Culture:Personal Journals
Several high school students in the Juntos program have written two books about their experiences, communities, and activism! This episode of #PassTheMicYouth features a conversation among these young literary activists as they discuss what young people bring to the table, the ways they've told the stories of their community, and what they've learned along the way.
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