SPECIAL
INITIATIVES
KUJICHAGULIA
MASTER ARTIST-IN- RESIDENCE PROGRAM

The Journey Project
www.yrijourneyproject.org

 

The Journey Project provides a forum for low-income black families, policymakers, advocates, principals, teachers, parents and others from diverse disciplines to strengthen early learning outcomes of vulnerable Baltimore and East Cleveland, Ohio, children by developing leadership and building capacity of families, schools and communities to work together to promote opportunities for success. Equally important, the Journey Project seeks to help shape a national conversation on culturally relevant family engagement in low-income black communities by generating deeper understanding of protective and promotive factors that support resiliency among low-income black families and the development of children from birth to age 8.

To learn more about the Journey Project, please visit the Journey Project website at http://www.yrijourneyproject.org or send an email to: fanon@youthresiliencyinstitute.org

 

SPECIAL
INITIATIVES
KUJICHAGULIA
MASTER ARTIST-IN- RESIDENCE PROGRAM

 


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The Youth Resiliency Institute is a program under the umbrella of Fusion Partnerships, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered in the state of Maryland. The Youth Resiliency Institute is dedicated to inspiring realization of the authentic self in children, youth and young adults in Baltimore. We encourage and support authentic living in the service of just, joyful and sustainable communities.