Young People: How to Get Involved
Youth Spaces: check out our events page or social media for regular activity
Attend our summer or one off activities, or be part of our events
Receive advocacy or pastoral support or 1-1s
Share your experiences or reflections through our Blog or YouTube
Order from our free bookshelf through social media
If you have any questions about getting involved, please get in touch.
Young People Sessions and Spaces
As well as our core youth spaces, we hold spaces for young people of colour in schools and youth group settings to explore 'race', racism, identity and other topics important to each group. These can be one off, or a series of up to 6 sessions. Session topics that regularly come up in our youth spaces include:
Sharing and celebrating culture; Solidarity between young people of colour; Colourism; Stereotypes and microaggressions; Resistance to racism and self care; Racism and social media; Navigating intersecting identities
For more information on our youth spaces and/or to explore booking some in for young people of colour you work with, please email email@example.com
Advocacy and Campaigning
We work to actively challenge racism, and offer advocacy support to young people of colour (individuals or groups) and families. We best equipped to offer support in relation to the education system, police violence, or the criminal injustice system. We use our position and expertise to put pressure on institutions and organisations, offer guidance, and connect people to our legal networks.
As an organisation, we remain independent from the police so you can trust the integrity of our advocacy work. In practice, this includes (but is not limited to) not working in partnership with them, not taking funding connected to them, and avoiding communication with them where legally possible. Our interactions with the police are limited to intervening if witness to their harm, or supporting young people in their custody.
To request our support, contact us.