Project Youth ACT 2017

2017 PROJECTS

In August, 11 Indigenous youth from the greater Tucson area participated in NNI’s new Project Youth ACT (Agents of Change within Tribes) initiative, which trains youth to become advocates within their own tribal communities. Youth produced projects on issues of concern such as: healthcare, female empowerment, bullying, suicide, substance abuse, quality of housing, preserving language and culture, and animal cruelty. At the final workshop, students created media messages of their own, using the video, graphic art, and social media campaign skills they had honed through Project Youth ACT:


NADIRA MITCHELL

Navajo

Instagram Initiative and Poster





LULU PERIERA

Tohono O'odham

Flyers and Instagram initiative





AUDREY MARTINEZ

Tohono O'odham

Poster





Damian Michael-Manuel



DAMIAN MANUEL-MICHAEL

Pascua Yaqui

Poster






SIRSTON BITSUIE

Navajo

Power Point Presentation






RAYNA JOHNSON

Tohono O'odham

Video



JASMINE STEVENS

Tohono O'odham

Video



QöYAWAYSI JOSHEVAMA

Hopi

Video

WHISPER PALIMO

Tohono O'odham

Video

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