Every year The San Francisco Human Rights Commission (HRC) invests in youth through various forms of youth programming. Please join us on Friday, May 24 at 3 p.m. as we celebrate some of our youths' incredible work from 2018-19!
Since 2017 HRC has been working with a number of schools in San Francisco to support youth advocacy and student leadership. Through the partnerships students have developed strategies to elevate youth voice and address student identified issues. As a result, members of the school groups have courageous conversations around building inclusive and supportive communities.
Moreover, in 2018, students were invited to submit 500 word essays on one of the thirty articles of the Universal Declaration. At this year's SRC graduation, we will also be celerbating the winners of the contest.
Please contact Veronica Garcia at [email protected]
or 415.252.2513 if you have questions. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you on May 24, 2019!
A special thank you to our partners Collective Impact, Black to the Future, Mission Dolores Academy, and Rooftop School, for helping make this work possible.