We live in a time where youth all over the world are experiencing unprecedented changes in their daily lives due to the pandemic. Unfortunately, not all voices are heard at the same frequency and levels. Young people, particularly those from low-income communities and communities of color, are often not the narrators of their stories.

For this reason, The Clubhouse Network presents

#ClubhouseVoices: The Clubhouse Network Youth Response to COVID‑19 and Racism

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Hablemos De Cine

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🎬El día de ayer tuvimos un taller especial de cine latinoamericano🌎. Junto con jóvenes de los Clubhouse de 🇦🇷Argentina, 🇵🇦Panama, 🇨🇷Costa Rica, 🇨🇴Colombia y 🇲🇽México, se realizaron presentaciones de la cultura cinematográfica de cada país, compartiendo sus grandes íconos, sus gustos particulares, y su vasta historia😊 🥰Ayer el cine se convirtió en un medio de conexión con compañeros latinoamericanos con los que nos reímos, conocimos películas nuevas, y la pasamos super bien.🎉 Por más encuentros así! @clubhousenetwork . . . . . . . . . . . #cursogratuito #cursogratis #cursosgratis #cursogratuitos #cursogratisonline #cursogratuitoonline #tallergratisonline #fundaciónpuerta18 #puerta18 #gratis #argentina #clubhousevoices

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Youth Lead Sit-In at the State Capital in St. Paul

The original committee of youth who birthed the idea and organized the protest consisted of three current members of the C2C Program. The sit-in was 100% lead and organized by the youth of Minneapolis/St. Paul. An estimated 10,000 people showed up to participate.

Oracio Wants To Hear Your Voice

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