LET Youth Discussion Series: Youth Activism

LET Workshop Flier

The Leaders for an Equitable Tomorrow (LET) Program invites students to attend a virtual Career Panel on Youth Activism on Sunday, February 13th, from 1-2pm. 


Mental health advocate and co-founder of Kick It for a Cause, Sam Gerry (WMHS ‘20), will be joining Sam Wilson, Director of Youth Ministries at Winchester Unitarian Society, and Philmore Philip, Activist and Founding Director of CATO:The Coalition of Us in Reading, in sharing about their experiences organizing around a variety of community issues. 


Register here: bit.ly/LETCareerPanel1!


LET is a youth development initiative for Winchester and Woburn youth coordinated by Social Capital Inc. and the Network for Social Justice, and is funded through CHNA15 DoN funds from

Lahey Hospital and MedicalCenter and Winchester Hospital.