Programs and Services
The goal of our programming is to help minimize equity issues, encourage our students to use their power to dismantle oppressive systems, and envision a better future for themselves and the overall collective. We believe in the students' lived experiences regardless of age or grade level.
By envisioning age appropriate programming rooted in pedagogies that challenge oppressive systems and center community, we hope to collaboratively build better systems altogether.
We believe that the only requirement for educational advancement should be the desire to learn. However, we also recognize that not all hold this view, so our intention in all of our programming is that we hope to develop the tools necessary to succeed in our current system coupled with the views and philosophies to radically re-imagine a liberating future for all.
Below you will find some of our current programs, activities, and services.
After School Programming
Starting Fall 2023, we will begin our after DLP specific courses. WWe will have after school programming, and then eventually open it up to folks who perhaps have interest during the regular school hours or weekend courses.
Our first programs will be: Worldbuilding for Justice, Multicultural Music Appreciation, and Youth Research for Justice.
The Musem of Us has generously offered us space, and we are excited to announce that we have partnered with them! To learn more about the museum, check out their website here: The Museum of Us.
Registration is open now!
6-week courses begin the 2nd week of October. Registration is $250 per course, but scholarships are available.*
*If you would like to inquire about a scholarship, please reach out to our executive director, firstname.lastname@example.org