Logos (Banner (Landscape)) (LinkedIn Banner).png

We are excited to be partnering with Atlanta's Urban Food Forest at Browns Mill to present the 2022 the Social Justice Camp for Kids!  Our focus for the summer sessions is Food Justice and Advocacy. When camper activist attend camp, not only will they will learn about constructive advocacy while learning about gardening but they will engage also understand the importance of project management and sustainability. 

Our project will enhance the property's water systems and promote organic fertilization.  We are very excited about this partnership and feel our camper activist will benefit.  For more information about our Farms and Gardens edition visit our website at www.SocialJusticeCampforKids.com.

Our mission is to educate our young people ages 12-17 on the meaning of constructive, civil disobedience. In a fun, interactive virtual and in person platforms we will develop young activist/advocates focused on generating change!  We are excited about offering this experience both in person and virtually! 

Buy us a cup of coffee and BECOME A SUPPORTER today!  

And remember to follow us on social media at Facebook, Twitter YouTube and Instagram!

IMG_3275.JPG

At the end of the camp experience, participants will be able to:

 

  • Develop an understanding of the meaning of “moral protest” and “civil disobedience

  • Cite examples of moral protest in both past and present day

  • Understand the meaning of what a “decentralized movement” and compare and contrast social movements past and present

  • Name and identify at least three leaders of decentralized movements and compare and contrast the leadership styles of the present day leaders and those of the past.

  • Understand the types of policies and objectives of social movements

  • organize and stage three different types of protest.

  • Develop and articulate a clear understanding of racism, colorism and marginalization.

  • Explore various ways of self expression and applying ones gift to activism and identify issues for youth.