Imagine if all youth were viewed as community leaders...
and all youth knew of this to be true.

Monthly Archives: August 2016

  • Jessica R. Durling braved the rain to visit our office for a conversation on seemingly common-sense ways to respect human rights, resilience and self-care for activists, and tips for aspiring allies. This is part two of HeartWood’s #PassionProject, an interview series which aims to highlight youth voices and youth-serving organizations while providing exposure to opportunities […]

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  • Last Tuesday I sat down with Joe Gnemmi in HeartWood’s office to chat about urban planning, what millennials want, learning to re-imagine failure, how Heartwood’s Framework for Community Youth Development supports positive change, and why you should become a Dungeon Master. This is part one of HeartWood’s #PassionProject, an interview series which aims to highlight […]

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