Design as Protest is an action, connecting activist, community organizers, architects, planners, designers and artist with the intention of utilizing our skills to stand up to injustice, discrimination and hate.
A large capacity, sturdy new dump trailer would allow Project Green Fork and Get Green Recycleworks to collect the average 1,200 gallons of local restaurant food waste we pick up each week and drop it in one place.
Y.O.U hopes to gain over a thousand users and partner with 3 major high schools and 3 major psycology firms/Mental Health centers in Memphis. Y.O.U is strinving to be most effective resource for personal growth for teens.
Spring 2017 We will disseminate facts on the impact of gun violence through presentations; exposing: The impact on the victims, families, school systems, health care and communities who have been traumatized.
Our mission is twofold, the establishment of a performance venue designed to create an intimate connection between the audience and performers. Second, our education program targeted at schools who need it most.
Access bicycles will be used to engage youth through social biking events. The youth will assume leadership roles in their community and advocate for themselves and others through positive social interaction.
The Urban Roots Community Gardening Training Program will provide comprehensive training to 30-35 community leaders to support these leaders in creating and maintaining strong, vibrant, and sustainable community gardens.
Gathered around food we build community. Community youth and neighbors will learn hands-on growing, cooking, & share cultural recipes using locally sourced food. Food grown will be donated to meet local food need.