Empowering young advocates for change.

EYEJ drives social justice reform by empowering young people to advocate for change.

EYEJ empowers and creates Changemakers. During these unprecedented times of great change, young people are not being taught how to navigate life or create reform based on their authentic ideas about social justice.

We teach young people how to be positive advocates for change, provide leadership skills, and empower them to be self-valued leaders and citizens of their communities capable of creating reform.

EYEJ's mission of empowerment is achieved through customized discussions...

With youth about justice issues that impact their lives and an EYEJ Youth Council that fosters the confidence, knowledge, and skills needed to advocate for positive social change.

We aim to give young people the opportunities to connect with their communities.

We encourage students to think about whether and how they can positively impact society and the environment.

We show the importance of being able to communicate and implement their ideas for positive action.

YODJ: Youth Online Discussing Justice

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Helping youth to understand problems that life will bring to them

Empowering Youth, Exploring Justice (EYEJ) drives social justice reform by empowering young people to advocate for change.

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Amplify Youth Voices

EYEJ: Youth Council Member

EYEJ Employee

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EYEJ's ultimate Youth Empowerment Pathway's three distinct but cohesive programs

Millennial Task Force

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Managing Board

Through the devoted work of 900+ diverse volunteers, donors, and staff, its keynote programs are affecting the lives of thousands.

Youths agreed that the YODJ: Youth Online Discussing Justice program helps them:


Young people from the EYEJ youth discussion series identify as self-valued leaders & potential changemakers


Students - 1st time social justice learners


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Define issues they would like to address

Welcome to Our World

Apply to be a Facilitator, Speaker or Coordinator for YODJ: Youth Online Discussing Justice