An Evening to Support Youth Activism

Ayesha Hoda

Democracy Now! Producer, Hany Massoud with Ayesha Hoda, founder of Justice By the Pen

Come and hear Bronx public school teacher Ayesha Hoda, who developed her activist roots at WESPAC, and Hany Massoud, Democracy Now! Producer, talk about their direct action program for youth, Justice by the Pen.   Sign up for the event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/149364531920325/

Thursday, June 20th
6:00 – 8:30 pm at the
Mapleton Conference Center at Good Counsel
52 North Broadway in White Plains, NY 10603Join us for a night of food, entertainment, and information on the launch of Justice by the Pen, a youth initiative aimed at activating communities towards self-determination by engaging youth in social justice and community activism.

Homemade Egyptian food (Kosheri and Baklava) by Hany’s mother will be served along with guest performances by students from the South Bronx Middle School Mott Hall III (MS 128).

A $20 contribution requested at the door. $10 for students and fixed income. No one turned away. For further information, call 914.449.6514.

Contributions to Justice by the Pen will be greatly appreciated!

Posted in Communities & Focus Areas, Movement Building