Youth Justice Project 

  

Growing leaders for the future of the movement

 

 

 

Since TIRRC’s inception youth have played key roles within the organization – as participants in local organizing committees, leaders of campaigns, and even members of the organization’s board of directors.

In summer 2009 TIRRC initiated the first Youth Justice Schools. The Justice Schools provide basic civics education and anchor new youth leaders in the principles of organizing for social justice.

TIRRC’s organizers in Middle and East Tennessee are already working with a team of youth leaders to coordinate Justice Schools for youth, which have finished their first sessions in both Knoxville and Nashville to do the second session of Justice Schools.


To see more pictures from the Justice Project across Tennessee, click here. 

Check out the TIRRC community Blog to read stories from youth working with TIRRC here.

Visit this page often for updates from Justice Project Participants!

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