Our new normal #clubhousevoices
Posted by Thabang Masondo on Wednesday, July 1, 2020
A Clubhouse member customizes face masks.
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Nuestros miembros de Clubhouse La Chorrera realizan diferentes actividades desde casa en esta ocasión le compartimos la personalización de mascarillas por @n.fernanda_19, como un emprendimiento familiar en tiempos de Covid 19. #LaChorrera #diseño#dibujo #artesanía #creativos #quédateencasa #protégete #Clubhouse #ClubhouseVoices @alcaldiadelachorrera @clubhousenetwork
Clubhouse Coordinator Aaron McKinnon speaks with alumni Elizya Powell and Alexander Cash about leading protests and their reactions to police brutality and racism.
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.
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.