Published: Aug. 3, 2022

During the 2020-2021 school year the Public Achievement program was learning how to adapt our learning, community and organizing work to an online setting.  Despite the challenges of the pandemic and a remote school year our program continued to build community and address the most pressing social issues important to young people in an online setting.  This article talks more about youth experiences around social issues during the pandemic and how Public Achievement continued to be a space for youth to share their voices and create change during this time.

image of youth led webinar discussing Black Lives Matter