NMCF is proud to announce that Generation Justice, a fiscally sponsored project dedicated to training youth to harness the power of media for social change, has recently been awarded the Paul and Joyce Aicher Leadership in Democracy Award .

Everyday Democracy (a project of The Paul J. Aicher Foundation) honored Generation Justice with this award for being an organization that demonstrates the values on which Everyday Democracy was founded – voice, connection, racial equity, and community change .

In 2017, Generation Justice served more than 395 organizations, through over 149 activities including trainings, organizing local and national campaigns, and multi-media productions. Additionally, 25-30 youth members received anywhere from 15-280 hours of hands-on training in all areas of Generation Justice’s domains.

Photo: Generation Justice accepting the Paul and Joyce Aicher Leadership in Democracy Award. Courtesy of Generation Justice.

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