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Working with Boston Youth to Improve Math Skills and Develop Personal Resiliency

MathPOWER takes a comprehensive approach to developing both proficiency in advanced mathematics and personal resiliency as vehicles to bring about transformational change in the lives of urban youth.
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Street Talk, Suite Talk: A Rap Opera About Conflict, Community, and Personal Transformation

Street Talk, Suite Talk has been developed through a collaborative process involving Anna, seven young poet-rappers, seven dancers, composer Jakov Jakoulov, and violinist Mark Berger. Advisors to the project include Anthony Toombs of Project Joy and Robert Macy from the On-Track Initiative, part of the Center for Trauma Psychology.
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“ArtScience” Teaches Cross-Disciplinary Thinking & Innovation

Together with Cloud Foundation founder, David Edwards, Carrie has led the creation of the Boston 100K ArtScience Innovation Prize, an urban teen empowerment program that provides learning opportunities through the development of breakthrough ideas in arts and design at the frontier of scientific knowledge.
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Community-Based, Comprehensive Adult Education in South Boston

Community-Based, Comprehensive Adult Education in South Boston

The Notre Dame Education Center (NDEC) has been a place of hope for South Boston residents since it opened its doors in 1860. Started by a group of nuns called the Sisters of Notre Dame, the center began as a free high school for girls. While the school closed in 1992, the sisters remained...
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The Young People’s Project: A Math Literacy Organization Rooted in the Civil Rights Movement

With its roots firmly set in both the American Civil Rights Movement and Cambridge, Massachusetts, The Young People’s Project (YPP) promotes social justice using math literacy. Its programs have spread nationwide, teaching high school students to teach themselves and instilling in college students the value of giving back.
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VIDEO: NPi speaks with The Young People’s Project

In this video, learn about The Young People's Project, a nationwide organization teaching high school students to teach themselves and instilling in college students the value of giving back.
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Lakenya Johnson Discusses Her Work With F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement

I started F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement because about nine years ago I was in a homeless shelter for about 10 months with my daughter... I started out by just mentoring. That was my main purpose. I did not expect it to turn into what it is right now, but I’m going for it. I allowed my...
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