Project Youth ACT: PROJECTS

Project Youth ACT (Agents of Change within Tribes) builds capacity among Indigenous high school youth to advocate for social justice and to address key issues affecting their nations/communities by strengthening their critical analysis, strategic decision-making, and multimedia communication skills.

2018

"YELLING HURTS"
Makayla Coronado

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"STRAY DOGS"
Daniella Matuz

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP"
Tianna Rodriguez

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"GUIDE TO A BETTER COMMUNITY"
Melanie Baumea, Leonna Matus,
Lilianna Naranjo

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"STOP GUN VIOLENCE"
Maria Elena Garcia

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"CLEAN PARKS"
Rozemary Matus

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"CULTURAL EDUCATION"
Ashley Villegas

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"GUIDE TO A BETTER COMMUNITY:
IMPACT OF DRUG ABUSE"

Melanie Baumea, Leonna Matus,
Lilianna Naranjo

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

2017


"NO MORE SELF HARM"
Rayna Johnson

Tohono O'odham

Lulu Periera "Hear Our Voice" Project Youth ACT 2017

"HEAR OUR VOICE"
Lulu Periera

Tohono O'odham

"SAVE OUR LANGUAGE"
Whisper Palimo

Tohono O'odham

Audrey Martinez Project Youth ACT 2017

"THINK BEFORE YOU DRINK & DRIVE"
Audrey Martinez

Tohono O'odham

"AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE HEALTHCARE AND THE ACA (AFFORDABLE CARE ACT)"
Sirston Bitsuie

Navajo

"SAFE LIVING IN DECENT HOMES"
Damian Michael-Marquez

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

"CULTURAL PRESERVATION"
Jasmine Stevens

Tohono O'odham

Nadira Mitchell Project Youth ACT

"STAND UP FOR THE EARTH"
Nadira Mitchell

Navajo

"STOP ANIMAL ABUSE"
Qöyawaysi Joshevama

Hopi