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Our guest on May 14 will be Cristy Johnston-Limón, a nonprofit leader and social change maker in the San Francisco Bay Area whose work over the last 10 years has focused on empowering youth to find their voice through creative expression and to inspire them to become civic and community leaders.
Cristy will engage in a dynamic conversation on how we can support the next generations in these times of utmost uncertainty and beyond.
More about Cristy Johnston-Limón: Cristy is the Executive Director of Youth Speaks, a national youth spoken word and literary arts organization founded in San Francisco, providing powerful digital and real-life platforms for young people to discover, publicly present and apply their voices for social change. Prior to Youth Speaks Cristy headed Destiny Arts, a leading youth arts education and movement organization.
Enjoy this short video about the strength of intergenerational relationships and the commonalities of“Growing Up, Growing Older” , from a previous AHWGO production with Living Arts Playback Theater at Destiny Arts in Oakland.