Author: Yollocalli

Author: Yollocalli

Art as a weapon against lead: The ACT Collective | Social Justice News Nexus

Art as a weapon against lead: The ACT Collective – Social Justice News Nexus You’ve probably heard the saying there’s plenty fish in the water. But have you heard people say there’s plenty of lead in the water? Most probably not. It’s easy to ignore the threat of lead in our drinking water, a serious […]

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“The Best of Yollo” at the National Museum of Mexican Art | Social Justice News Nexus

“The Best of Yollo” at the National Museum of Mexican Art – Social Justice News Nexus “Once that microphone’s in front of us, we become the definition of dominance. Every word we write, every word we say, is powered with creativity, strength, invincibility and rage. No stereotypes, no gender roles, no 45th president will break […]

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Pop Up Youth Radio at Crappy Suckentine’s Day Condom Party 2017

Pop Up Youth Radio is a project of Yollocalli Arts Reach. PUYR is a youth-led, community-centered, pop-up Internet radio program. This show was recorded live at Crappy Suckentine’s Day Condom Party 2017, on February 10th at the National Museum of Mexican Art. Great conversations about Project Elevate (STD prevention and transgender women), teen’s health, dating, […]

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Chicago Slices and Media Breaker

Our Chicago Slices Teacher Cohort met us at the National Museum of Mexican Art in November and received professional development from our partners at The LAMP. Teachers explored the MediaBreaker/Studios as a learning tool for the development of critical thinking and media literacy skills. MediaBreaker/Studios (mbstudios.thelamp.org) is an online platform designed to create learning experiences around the MediaBreaker video […]

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Talking with Phillip Ironshell and Carlos De La Vega of the International Indigenous Youth Council | Social Justice News Nexus

Talking with Phillip Ironshell and Carlos De La Vega of the International Indigenous Youth Council – Social Justice News Nexus “The International Indigenous Youth Council (IIYC) originated in Standing Rock on the frontlines of fighting against the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline and to protect sacred land. The council is led by teens are from around […]

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