ONGOING (roll over project for description)Polling For Justice The Food Justice Project
Community Archive ProjectNow & Then: A Cross-Generational Conversation about Community and School Change
Over three years the Welfare Warriors Research Collaborative surveyed 171 low-income LGBT and gender nonconforming (GNC) people, most of whom are members of people of color communities, and conducted 10 storytelling interviews in a PAR project about the economics of peoples’ lives, struggles with social services and police, as well as the many ways people generate justice..
The Youth Researchers for a New Education System Project – Eve Tuck, Maria Bacha, Irving Morales, Nzhingha Nkhrumah, Ludwige Saintus, Teresa Ann Willis, and Joanna Vogel
The Gateways and Get-aways Project by the Collective of Researchers on Educational Disappointment and Desire – Eve Tuck, Maria Bacha, Jovanne Allen, Alexis Morales, Jamilla Thompson, Sarah Quinter, Jodi-Ann Gayle, Melody Tuck, and Crystal Orama.
Growing up in Salt Lake City – Caitlin Cahill and others
Jailed Women and HIV Education: A Collaborative Investigation – Jessica Fields, Isela Gonzalez and othersPhilippine Forum’s youth programs in Queens. For more information watch the YEHEY Film.
Youth-to-Youth College Guide – Lori Chajet, Sierra Stoneman-Bell
Global Rights Project – Michelle Fine, Eve Tuck, Sarah Zeller-Berkman, Brett Stoudt, Amber Hui
Echoes of Brown- Michelle Fine, Maria Elena Torre, Rosemarie Roberts etal
College Experience Study – Jennifer Ayala
Children of Incarcerated Mothers – Sarah Zeller-Berkman
Chilltown Researchers – Edric Engalia, Carolyn Garcia, Devon Gleason, Chris Hammonds, Jonathan Irizarry, Sweety Patel and Jennifer AyalaThe Finance Inequity Project
Changing Minds: The impact of College in Maximum Security Prison
Michelle Fine, Maria Torre, Kathy Boudin, Iris Bowen, Judith Clark, Donna Hylton, Migdalia Martinez, “Missy”, Rosemarie Roberts, Pamela Smart, Debora Upegui