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Youth Programming

While OWMCL works with white men who have been socialized into white supremacist patriarchy since childhood, it’s important we also support children and teenagers in understanding systems of oppression and liberatory alternatives. White supremacy and patriarchy shape children’s developmental experience from a very young age, so our work towards collective liberation must also begin during these formative years. OWMCL’s Youth Programming aims to help children and teenagers unlearn and confront white supremacy, patriarchy, and other oppressions. We also provide adults, who work with young people, the tools to engage with young people on these issues. Initially, we are sharing useful resources. Over time we hope to expand to create additional programs and materials.

If you would like to get involved with our efforts in youth programming please contact us.

If you have additional resources to add to this page please send their URL and a brief description to us.

Resources for adults caring for young children

This list of resources is designed for adults who are caring for children aged 0 to 10 years.

Resources for adults caring for older youth

This list of resources is designed for adults who are caring for young people aged 11 to 18 years.

Resources for youth 0-10

Resources for youth 11-18