Liberation and Advocacy Camp
This summer, the UNIS Human Rights Project is teaming up with American Friends Service Committee and Echoes of Incarceration for a monthlong filmmaking and advocacy Summer Camp. The camp will help young people ages 15-19 use filmmaking to become agents of change.
All high-school age youth are welcome, but those impacted by the immigration system or criminal justice system are especially encouraged to apply.
The camp will help young people learn about the roots of injustice in the immigration and criminal justice systems and develop strategies for advocacy. They also will be trained in the art of filmmaking for change.
Here are more details about what’s sure to be a powerful and meaningful experience:
Liberation Summer Filmmaking and Advocacy Summer Camp
July 2 – August 2
Mondays – Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Seafearers House, 123 E. 15th Street, New York, NY 10003
Morning snack and lunch will be provided each day. Metrocards for public transportation will be provided and small stipends are available.
UNIS STUDENTS CLICK HERE TO APPLY.