Virtual IE Youth Summit: Attendee Registration
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About The Event
The Inland Empire Virtual Youth Summit is to empower youth to use their voices and create change in their communities. The Summit will provide a virtual community space where youth can connect with each other and discuss solutions to key issues facing IE youth. Participants will learn valuable skills in order to empower themselves and those around them. Along with prize opportunities and giveaways to thank the youth for their contribution toward elevating the IE!
Join us September 26th from 12:00 - 3:00 pm on Zoom! Together we will engage in conversations involving police brutality, mental health, and empowering our youth to be more active in local politics.Our Vision: The Inland Empire Virtual Youth Summit D.A.R.E.S to Make a Change
DARE is a foundation and way of life for the fight for injustice, our promise to be more understanding, and to stay resilient as a unified cohort. To DARE means to be diverse, hold yourself and others accountable, show respect, and express empathy. These must be our highest priorities in entering this summit and improving our lives one step at a time. We must DARE to be the best we can be in aiding our failing communities and create a stronger, wiser, and compassionate future. Share your DARE!
Diversity - Diversity means bringing together people of different ethnic, gender, cultural, economic backgrounds with diverse opinions and ideas.
Accountability - Our actions and words hold weight. Accountability is to hold yourself, your peers, and your community responsible to stand up and take action when you see injustice.
Respect - Respect is to treat others with the same standard of how you would like to be treated. Respect looks like using the correct pronouns when speaking to someone, refraining from using derogatory words/action etc…
Execute - Empathy is more than “we hear you and see you.” Empathy is actually understanding what another individual is feeling because you’ve had a similar experience, you were able to place yourself in their shoes, and take action when they ask for your help.