Kids and youth from across the Española Valley will converge at Moving Arts Española this summer to learn about their own human rights.
Moving Arts Española, True Kids 1 from Taos, and Kids for Global Peace will offer a FREE, three- week day camp, which will engage kids 8 – 12 and young people 12 – 16 through digital media story sharing, fun activities, games, and discussions about the 13 Human Rights for Kids as put forth in Eleanor Roosevelt’s Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Students will also have the opportunity to work with a professional choreographer from New York and a Grammy award winning musician in creating a music video PSA, which will air on Amazon and Netflix. True Kids 1 will lead youth in creating and producing the video, while also providing journalistic coverage of the camp.
The camp will culminate with a Youth Human Rights Town Hall at Moving Arts Española from 5- 6PM. The Town Hall will stream online and be covered on KSFR Santa Fe.
July 1 - July 19, Monday through Friday
Location: Moving Arts Española
Kids Ages 8 to 12
Morning Session, 9:00am - 1:00pm
This session will feature fun games, activities, art music, and dance that teach Human Rights. A free lunch is provided.
Classes for the 8 – 12-year-old group will be taught by world-renowned author Joy Berry, known as the “Inventory of Self-help Books for Kids” for writing over 200 books, which have sold over 85 million copies.
Youth Ages 13 to 16
Afternoon Session, 12:00pm - 2:30pm
This session will include learning music and choreographed dance for a broadcast Public Service Announcement like the one above. A free lunch is provided.
Town Hall, July 19th
The camp will culminate with a Youth Human Rights Town Hall at Moving Arts Espanola from 5-6PM, Friday July 19th. The Youth Town Hall event address Human Rights from a New Mexico youth perspective. The event will be moderated by Kids For Global Peace Director Joy Berry and will feature a panel consisting of regional youth and adult human rights experts. The event will be live streamed and covered by KSFR radio.
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