Want to make a difference in your school?
Join our student coalition! Our Voices Project Student Coalition is committed to fostering student-centered, student-driven opportunities that affirm racial and cultural identities, empower students as agents of social change, and contribute to an individual’s engagement, learning, growth, and achievement through cultivation of critical thinking. We are committed to dismantling destructive stereotypes of Black, Brown, and Indigenous Peoples in our society through sharing individual and collective experiences.
We create a safe, welcoming space for high school students to discuss topics including truth-telling about Black American history; self-exploration around identity; reproductive rights; hate crimes; school violence; gun control laws; and racially motivated murders. We document these processes through film and photography projects.
Ready to sign up? We want to get to know you! Fill out our sign-up form below to the best of your ability and we will contact you with details about what to expect from the student coalition and our upcoming projects & meetings. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to get involved!
Our next meeting is
Saturday, December 10 at 1-3pm at Irondequoit Public Library.
Student Coalition Lead
Kate Robinson is a champion for diversity, equity, and inclusion and actively participates in Mosaics Club, Black Student Union, and the Gay-Straight Alliance at Irondequoit High School where she is a Junior. Kate participated in Our Voices Project’s Black History Month Series and Identity and was most recently the concept artist for the student photography project “Silent Screams” – a response to white supremacy, misogyny, and racial violence in our country. Kate also enjoys playing Soccer with Irondequoit Soccer Club, Field Hockey with Irondequoit High School, Chorus, and doing community theater with Spotlight Theatre Arts.