Power Where It Belongs: The Children & Youth Reinvestment Act

The IntersectionJuly 25, 2016 – Segment 4

We close the show with a preview of an important event happening Monday night: “Power Where It Belongs,” an event to create awareness and support for the Children and Youth Investment Act. We will talk with student leaders from The Intersection, a nonprofit that engages youth in civic projects: Akiel Owens, Ifetayo Kitwala and Tyrone Holmes. We will also be joined by Zeke Cohen, Executive Director of The Intersection.
Student leaders from The Intersection and and Waverly Carter, Director of youth programs for Banner Neighborhoods, will speak at “Power Where It Belongs” on Monday July 25, 5-6:30pm, at The Intersection, 2900 E. Fayette Street, Baltimore.