Clubhouse Coordinator Aaron McKinnon speaks with alumni Elizya Powell and Alexander Cash about leading protests and their reactions to police brutality and racism.
Latrell Mckelvy completed this music video for a song he wrote and produced related to the uprisings in Minneapolis and the social injustices that are happening to his people.
Naje Wright submitted this video for the COVID-19 Rap Challenge. The Contest was facilitated by the Best Buy Teen Tech Center @ Summit Academy. Minnesota youth were encouraged to submit videos performing original raps expressing their thoughts and feelings around the COVID-19 pandemic. Naje was awarded 2nd place in a tournament that included the 16 finalists. The perspective she used in her rap involved her appreciation for the nurses, doctors, and other medical staff that have played an important role in helping people in need at this time.
Our teen Leaders in Training (L.I.T.) created a special message for the superheroes without capes who work hard to keep us safe, secure and healthy! #NationalSuperheroDay-Boys & Girls Club of San MarcosBest Buy Teen Tech Center presented by SonySan Marcos, CA#ClubhouseVoices
Posted by Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos on Tuesday, April 28, 2020
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#ClubhouseVoices wanted! Don’t let YOUR pandemic experiences go unheard. Post a creation–graphic design, poetry/spoken word, illustration, public service announcements, inventions, campaigns, video, photography–that shows the world how you feel right now. Include your name, Clubhouse, location, and #ClubhouseVoices in your post! Learn more at clubhousevoices.org. … #TheClubhouseNetwork #WhereTechnologyMeetsImagination #YouthEmpowerment #CreativeExpression #STEMeducation #YouthVoice #pandemic #covid19 #coronavirus #quarantine #quarantainment … Shout out to @ya_boy_rossi from @goldcrownenrich #clubhousealumni