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History In The Making: KaMia Watson

This month, YouthLink is celebrating Black History Month by showcasing some of the amazing women in our community.  Hi, my name is: KaMia Watson I identify as: a black woman What I do at YouthLink: I am the Administrative Assistant here at YouthLink, where I am responsible for assisting with day-to-day administrative operations. What does […]

History In The Making: Dr. Rose Brewer

This month, YouthLink is celebrating Black History Month by showcasing some of the amazing women in our community. Hi, my name is: Dr. Rose Brewer I identify as: a Black woman, scholar–activist What I do at YouthLink: I am a strong supporter of YouthLink and am very pleased with the work that is being done. […]

History in the Making: Ms. Kenya McKnight-Ahad

This month, YouthLink is celebrating Black History Month by showcasing some of the amazing women in our community. Hi, my name is: Kenya McKnight-Ahad I identify as: a Black Woman What I do at YouthLink: I work with Black females on self-empowerment by exposing them to career opportunities in various industries. I expose the young ladies […]

History in the Making: Queen Porsha Brown

This month, YouthLink is celebrating Black History Month by showcasing some of the amazing women in our community. Hi, my name is: Queen Porsha I identify as: Black Royalty, but since America doesn’t always recognize that as a category then I guess you can say that I am a black female. What I do at […]

History in the Making: Kelley Eubanks

This month, YouthLink is celebrating Black History Month by showcasing some of the amazing women in our community. Hi, my name is Kelley Eubanks I identify as a mother, sister, daughter, friend, woman, educator, humanitarian, life coach, lover of God, entrepreneur, dog owner, and youth advocate trying to keep them all aligned and filled with […]

History in the Making: Shanice Mason

This month, YouthLink is celebrating Black History Month by showcasing some of the amazing women in our community. My name is: Shanice “Sunnie” Mason I identify as: A queer, black woman. At YouthLink, I am a: youth advocate. What does a woman of color/black woman mean to you? Being a black woman means so much […]

YouthLink’s Drop-In Presidential Election

During this election season, YouthLink’s staff has been working to connect young people with their rights as citizens to vote. Organizations like the League of Women Voters come to the Drop-In Center to register young people to vote and, as a way to get young people to engage even further in the process, YouthLink held […]