The YIP Program strives to teach young artivists how to utilize their voices to the fullest potential on these platforms. Our curriculum empowers participants to utilize innovative solutions to create impactful change.
Artist, Katie Quan, created three coloring pages for children. These drawings illustrated the need for intergenerational and intersectional engagement for a stronger future.
With Season 3, we developed nine 60-min and 90-min discussion guides to spark dialogue about the podcast subject. Curriculum is most appropriate for high school and above.
We created a total of eight lesson plans accompanied with resources, interviews, and how-to guidelines for the feature length documentary, Chinatown Rising. Curriculum was created for 4th grades and above.
As Season 1 came to a close, we used social media to engage in discussion about Chinatowns around the world. In 2021, Facebook and Instagram reach and engagement increased 100%. After working on Youth in Power, one of our participants also interned for Chinatown Shorts in Summer 2022.
Working alongside Wah Mei School, we organized a total of four public forums about the history and role of bilingual education. Nonprofit partners included: Chinese Progressive Association, Chinese Culture Center, City College of San Francisco, and Donaldina Cameron House.