No Justice is our take on the police brutality that has been brought to the forefront over the recent years. Specifically around the death of Antwon Rose Jr. in the city of Pittsburgh in 2018. As we continue to look for ways to have a positive and peaceful interactions with law enforcement, there are always ripple effects of trauma that impact youth. No Justice was sparked from being able to have open dialogue within the Tech Center.
Written by Nevaeh J. and Joesph N.
PTGD - Put The Guns Down
Facts and feelings on the crime and violence statistics in the city of Milwaukee. This video contains original images and videos for our “Put The Guns Down” Project/Documentary.
A call for peace - un llamado a la paz
many innocent people are affected by the decisions of a few leaders.
Something that should not happen for any reason since on this planet we all have the right to live in well-being.
We make a call not to take the fight as a solution to opposing thoughts or interests, but to seek alternatives through other actions such as dialogue. In collaboration with some fellow clubhouse. Link: https://youtu.be/KoeW-EevTYk
One in five Pittsburgh residents is food insecure. This means that over 60,000 residents struggle to have healthy, adequate, and culturally appropriate food. Food insecurity exists when a family is unable to provide enough food for each member of their household to live a healthy, active life.
We all deal with anxiety. Take a listen through my podcast series to learn tips of coping.
My mother made me.
The mother is a holy candle that lights the night of life with humility, tenderness and interest.
Being a latina in the US does not eliminate the traditional patriarchal values imposed. Despite the progress, women are still incredibly sexualized and undermined. Still we must persist and pursue greater progress.
Panamanian effort, art, color, culture and beauty.
10 out of 10
All children and teenagers have the right to intimacy, health, play and a proper life.
What goes around, comes around.
Environmental pollution is a problem for all of us.
We create dirty water, and we may be putting it in our mouths without knowing it.
Since everyone is feeling depressed due to the spread of the new coronavirus, I decided to make a song that would cheer everyone up.
2 hosts talking back to a whole generation. Co-produced by Nancy M.
es un dibujo inspirado en el personaje Itachi Uchiha de la serie japonesa Naruto Shippuden.
Stop The War
this image is a representation of what is happening in ukraine.
"War is a place where young people who don't know each other and don't hate each other are going to die, commanded by old people who know each other hate each other but don't kill each other"
Planet on fire
This image is a representation of the covid in the planet
Agree to Disagree: The Podcast Where We Agree to Disagree
In this podcast we talk openly about topics we disagree on. This episode was about mental health and therapy with my Co-host Camila Castro.
Attack on Produce Aisle
A Narrative Reading of a Short story I wrote.
End of the line
Music you can chill to and have creative vibes
Darin-rockin out india
I love beat making
I am not alone
The lyrics mean:
When the sky is dark and concealed alone in the crowd,
No one can save me from this loneliness.
I won't let me drown in this mud,
I open my hands and bravely move forward.
No matter how difficult the road is, no matter how lonely I am.
Look how vast the sky is.
I open my hands and bravely walk forward, after the rain, there will be a rainbow
The doll is the most beautiful
Students from Gaza ask the seller about the prices of toys to buy them from their daily expenses.
Gas prices are high, Mrs. Huda started cooking delicious bread using fire (traditional way).
equality is my right
A Palestinian child takes his physically disabled brother on a tour outside the house
Palestinian refugee children
How fun it is for Palestinian refugee children to sit on top of this blue car in the middle of a camp in the Gaza Strip
thinking outside the box
be the light that leads the way with your bright imagination.
The piece shows people's desire to warp their faces to match the pictures seen online.
Painted during the height of covid-19, this painting shows what online school during the pandemic feels like. Lonely and isolated.
Painted is Marsha B. Johnson, an influential activist for queer liberation famous for the Stonewall riots of 1969.
Our Last Time
I was missing my sister and this is me showing it
We Meet Again
it's been a minute, but we meet again !!!
Public Service Announcement Video
Music (Audio Only)