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Youth Perspectives on Environmental and Climate Justice

Check out Y-WE Grow’s feature in the King County Department of Health’s Environmental Justice Speaker Series. Youth participants Andrea, Fatima, Jaydalen, and Emma share their important perspectives on environmental and climate justice. Learn more about the pressures young people are facing, the things they’ve learned in their time at Marra Farm, and what you can do to support this work.

Healing Justice Collective Eliminates Barriers to Therapy for Y-WE Youth

Y-WE’s Healing Justice Collective is a new initiative that connects current and past Y-WE participants to values-aligned mental health practitioners and covers the cost of these resources. Learn about the genesis of the collective, what inspired it, and how we can make healing more accessible.

Reimagining Black History Month: Q&A with Tayah

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods met with Y-WE Staff member, Tayah, to chat about her story, how her ancestry has shaped her, and her visions for Black History Month and the future for Black people in Seattle.

Remembering and Imagining our Stories

Y-WE Staff member Mary Hall-Williams shares a poem and thought piece for the Reimagining Black History Month series. Her invitation this month is to take a few minutes to imagine a time before colonization, before the forgetting of histories.

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