Momentum Alliance is a place for young people 14-30 who want to build trust, confidence, resiliency and health, diversify decision-making in the public, private and nonprofit sectors; alter relations of power; and make systems more equitable. Perhaps most importantly, Momentum Alliance offers a space for young people to be themselves, in all their identities.
Youth from Momentum Alliance will facilitate games and activities that help build leadership skills and promote youth voice. Come and learn how to speak up about issues that matter to you, and find out how to get involved more in your community.
This free workshop is made possible, in part, through the collaboration with Muslim Educational Trust (MET), Neveh Shalom, First Congregational United Church of Christ and The Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon as part of MET's We Refuse to Be Enemies conversations and program series.