2021 MYPF

2021-22 Mike Yarrow Peace Fellows

Youth Leadership

Meet the 2021 MYPF’s

For the 2021-22 program year we accepted 5 youth organizers to be Mike Yarrow Peace Fellows. Their projects ranged from combating climate change through art to producing a podcast on racial education inequality  to gender inequality and bias in digital literacy. 

Nonviolent Action as a way of life

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The 2021-22 Peace Fellows

Leila Chavez

Combating Climate Change through Youth Art

Christine Zhang

Gender Bias and Inequality in Digital Literacy Education

Abigail Asare

Racial Inequality in Education

Angella Clarke

Period Poverty

What Alumni Say About the Fellowship

Former MYPF Testimonials

You have been so kind & thoughtful & I’ve really enjoyed this fellowship. Thanks 4 everything.
Jamie MargolinFounder: Zero Hour Youth Climate Action Network
Jamie Margolin
I think one of the most influential aspects of being an MYPF is learning how social advocacy works in the real world. The planning, developing, and execution of my project was heavily based on understanding people and how I could empower them to take action and continue to do so. In social justice work and in a healthy work environment, these skills are essential.
Sitara Nath
Sitara Nath
I’m proud to have affected at least 50 people at my school with my workshops on understanding/empathy with nonviolent communication, awareness of implicit biases, and psychological concepts…
Edwin Carlos
Edwin Carlos

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