Funders Panel - What's Your Vision for Baltimore?
Youth Plenary with young people from Youth As Resources
Young adults from Youth As Resources (YAR) share their experiences as youth in Baltimore.
Understanding Liberatory Principles in Youth Development
Let’s take a practical look at cultivating a liberatory pose in youth development in a way that is accessible to every person’s capacity to make observations, reading reality, and apply their observations. We’ll explore some information and hold conversations together to advance our collective understanding and empower action.
Fireside Chat with Baltimore leaders
Dr. Heber Brown and Eric Jackson discuss their ongoing work in Baltimore.
Culturally Relevant Youth Workforce Development Practices
This workshop will serve to help workforce practitioners and other caring adults cultivate a mindset and set of practices that help build the professional capacity of young workers. Participants will learn to center the culture of the young person when providing employment services and to begin to understand and challenge the racism embedded within current workforce development models.
Dis-placia: Vacants in the Village
The workshop will give a history of blight in Baltimore, how it impacts communities and how the family home is an asset that can be used to strengthen family bonds, provide housing, build economic vibrancy and restore community.
BCYF Keynote Presentation
Join BCYF Consultant and Public Policy Director, Dayvon Love and Interim BCYF Board Chair, Dion Cartwright as they share the background, history and goals of the Youth Fund while taking questions from the audience on what’s next.
Authentically Engaging with Young People
Supporting Youth Community Leadership and training young people on self advocacy.