Many sectors of society often do not receive enough attention due to some factors that exacerbate the conflict between marginalized communities and the police. However, along with participation in various organizations, looking for possible solutions to the problem, it is necessary not to forget about self-development and expand the knowledge base. In this context, you should familiarize yourself with the various ways of implementing the latter, such as orthographic mapping. By using well-known techniques, you can develop your problem-solving approaches and even share them with others.
We promote self-confidence in inner-city youth by enabling them to abandon the limitations of fear and begin believing in their ability to achieve success.
students served and counting.
of Operation Genesis participants graduate from high school.
of students have a greater understanding of the criminal justice system.
Watch Operation Genesis in action
12 students from San Francisco Bayview district travel to Ghana, Africa for the first time. Watch how their lives change from this amazing journey. ABC 7 covers the story.
Quotes from the youth
I found myself. I am a changed person.
The trip to Ghana made me realize I owe my mom an apology. I have not been taking school seriously. I’m going to get my high school diploma because I want to make my mom proud of me.
I feel like I learned from this trip. I found my self worth as a person. I learned that I wouldn’t be here today were it not for my ancestors being so strong. I want to be strong like them.
After the trip to Ghana, I looked at myself and saw somebody. If I step up and do what I’m suppose to do then I can be somebody,…and, I can help people around me be somebody.