Ten (10) television shows entitled Black Youth Taking Charge, created and produced by high school and college students on LA36, a cable outlet with the mission of supporting community building and promoting learning through the development of innovative, high quality programming. According to their mission statement “We strive to create value in the Los Angeles Community by connecting education and cultural resources that meet local needs, and by making these resources broadly accessible within the city.
Development of handbooks with funding from The California Endowment, A Training Manual for Volunteers Committed to Promoting Community Wellness and A Handbook for Volunteers Committed to Promoting Community Wellness
Saturday Academies at middle and high school sites in South Los Angeles and Inglewood, outreaching over 1,000 youth per season with academic preparation for college admission examinations, assistance with college application process, and mentoring during freshman college year.
Black History Month and Cesar Chavez programs at middle and high school sites implemented by college students and focused on cultural awareness and empowerment