We the Future showcases the stories of ten young leaders working to build an equitable and inclusive world through their respective social change movements. Inspired by Amplifier’s We the Future education campaign and co-curated with the Gates Foundation Discovery Center’s Youth Ambassador Program, the exhibit celebrates youth leadership and action across a range of social justice issues and invites audiences of all ages to imagine and become the change they want to see in the world.
The young leaders featured in this exhibition are shaping a new era of human and environmental rights. They are building organizations, passing legislation, creating media, and speaking out about climate justice, criminal justice reform, voting rights, queer rights, immigration justice, disability justice, and gun reform.
Demanding Intersectionality in Disability Justice Movements
Thursday, December 12 | 5:30 pm
Join Lydia X. Z. Brown in conversation with local leaders on disability justice in the movement for racial justice. Lydia is a community organizer, writer, speaker, educator, attorney, and advocate for disability justice. They work to disrupt and end all forms of systemic and interpersonal violence targeting disabled people at the margins of the margins.
We the Future presents a unique opportunity for educators to engage students with numerous social movements, the national and global issues they address, and the inspiring young people at the helm.