Check out these resources related to the themes of youth voices, justice, and building community.

Resources for young people:

  • The Youth VOICE project shares how young people - from across Connecticut - have been impacted by COVID-19.
  • Check out young people engaged in conversation during the Good Trouble and Our Country, Our Votes panel discussions.
  • Check out the Teen Vibe Newsletter - organized by Russell Library and the Middlesex YMCA. 
  • Student Voice positions students as storytellers, organizers, and institutional partners who advocate for student-driven solutions to educational inequity

Resources for adults working with youth:

Collaboration with College of Education Studies

In elevating the voices and experiences of youth, We Make History intends to center young people as actors in history and agents of change.  Through June 2022, Wesleyan University’s College of Education Studies will convene and work collaboratively with teachers and youth workers to:

  • Coordinate youth submissions
  • Elevate youth voice and leadership in programming
  • Explore ways to incorporate We Make History in curriculum/program plans
  • Plan We Make History exhibition, public sharing, and other programming

If you are a teacher, educator, or youth professional and want to get involved, please fill out this form: