DIFFERENT PLACE, SAME NAME: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE OF YOUTH ELEVATING THEIR VOICES FOR ADVOCACY.

December 17, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By: Olivia Clarke, 18 – Manchester, UK I have always been a loud girl; I never failed to make people aware of my presence and often was too chatty for my own good, […]

A MESSAGE TO EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL LEARNING DURING COVID

December 17, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Contribution By: Thalia Anguiano, M.Ed; Educator & Advocate and EYEJ Millennial Task Force Member It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected Black and brown communities everywhere […]

Exploring Connectivity as a Civil Rights Issue in a Pandemic Plagued Country

August 15, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By Megha Goel Michelle’s school expects her to finish her five page quarantine assignment on her smartphone. Her mother cannot access the telehealth service to manage her diabetes, and her […]

From Drafting Policies to Protesting Racism, Yumi Ndhlovu is Working for a Just Future

August 8, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By Megha Goel “Youth have the power to change the world, and their voices need to be heard.” – Yumi Ndhlovu This message is from Yumi Ndhlovu, Empowering Youth Exploring […]

The Future and Present of Social Justice is YOU | A Poem

August 5, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By Joshua Mitchell The power of a conversation  The chain breaker, peace maker during confrontation, Is it breeds connection and direction toward the day of justice and mercy's marriage consummation […]

A Conversation on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Through the Lens of Social Justice in America

July 29, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By Megha Goel It’s not one entity that can solve the problems of racial inequities in America. We need to come together as a community and create solutions. A lot […]

From a Successful Tech Career to Starting a Non-profit From Scratch

July 27, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
Interview With Founder, Board Emeritus and Executive Director of Eyej – Mai Moore By Megha Goel “The youth are the foundation of our future, and it is our responsibility as […]

There’s More Than One Way to the Top: Frank Austin’s Roadmap to Success!

July 25, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By Megha Goel A quick Google search might not pull up many articles about the 19-year-old Frank Austin from Cleveland. He might not sound or look like Jobs, Gates, or […]

Young, Gifted, and Determined – Exploring Violence and Peaceful Solutions in America’s Cities

July 19, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By Megha Goel According to the Center for American Progress, from 2008 through 2017, Ohio had the 20th-highest rate of gun murders, with a rate of 3.96 gun homicides per […]

Diamond Bottoson, A Powerhouse Of Positivity

July 16, 2020 // EYEJ // No Comments //
By Megha Goel Optimism, effervescence, and an eager commitment to self-love make Diamond the fearless star we all need. The first thing that strikes you about Diamond is her infectious […]