Immigrant and refugee children have powerful voices and compelling stories of fear, flight, resilience, and hope. Through workshops, trainings, and public speaking opportunities, The Voices That Matter Most project helps children tell their personal stories, build communications skills and gain confidence and self-esteem that that will help set them on a path toward hopeful and productive futures. As they share their unique stories through the Voices project, these young people educate the public and policymakers, and bring about positive change within their schools, communities, and beyond.
Advocacy Day 2017
10 students from the Voices project joined KIND in Washington, DC to share their stories on Capitol Hill! Click below to see photos and learn more about the day: