Young "math literacy workers" and organizers divide the meeting attendees into small groups or "Neighbors Circles." They are encouraged to share their experiences and discover each others areas of interest and action.
Young People's Project Introduction (4:41); Passing on the Torch (9:37); Neighbor Circles (3:30); Map Exercise (11:43); Identifying Issues in America (10:58); Addressing Issues in America (8:55); Quality Education as a Constitutional Right (3:21); Baltimore Algebra Project (6:18); Direct Action: "Arrest the Governor" (16:39); QA: Nonviolent Civil Disobedience (1:27); QA: QECR Campaign Tour (2:39); Texas Textbook Issue (1:39); QA: Grassroots Constitutional Amendment Strategy (1:58); Education Direct Action (3:38); Credits: The Young People's Project: Come Let Us Build a New World (0:39)
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