Posted by Philadelphia Youth Network on March 23, 2015

April 24, 2015 from 8:30am to 4:00pm

at the William Way Community Center
1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia

How can we use art, music, writing, games, drama, technology, and other means to engage young people in exploring and navigating social justice issues in Philadelphia?

On April 24, 2015, you are invited to join us for the Jam4Justice, a 7.5-hour creative blitz where teams of passionate people will work together to develop engaging projects that help teens in our City learn about social justice–what it means for them personally, for their neighborhoods, for our city and our nation. Our goal is to provide our young people with the tools and skills they need to create meaningful social change.

Anyone with a passion for social justice and a desire to put their talents to work in creating an engaging project for youth is invited to attend. Youth development practitioners, artists, musicians, writers, techies, game developers, advocates, organizers–anyone with a passion for social justice and talents to contribute is invited to attend. This is a chance to put our heads and hearts together to create and share amazing ideas!

To learn more, and to register, click here.


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