CRJ BRONX CREW| Raisa Teaching Music Class





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Published on Jul 15, 2011

Students in the music class planted lima beans and are singing to the plants to help them grow.

The Bronx internship is a part of the Kauffman Experience Summer Programming for the Center for Responsibility and Justice at Eastern Nazarene College.

Six ENC students are interning in the Bronx in collaboration with Bronx Bethany Community Corporation (BBCC) for a 6 week immersion program wherein interns explore connections between art, justice, and organizing while working with 6-12 year old campers in the BBCC's Summer program. This is a paid
internship. Students will have the opportunity to teach and engage participants in the BBCC Summer Academy while taking an intensive 6 week
class on social justice.

History has proven that those communities that are able to create change are those who are empowered by the ability to control their own narrative and tell their own story. They are communities who discovered the power of their own voice. Interns in the BBCC program will teach one of six categories: graphic design, music, theater, video editing, art, and photography. Each category is a medium through which participants will learn to tell their own stories with the goal of the summer being to encourage young students from the Bronx to discover their own narratives and help them understand the power that is inherent with telling one's own story. This process will take them through the reflective model of seeing, analyzing, and acting.

Additionally, interns work together as a team to tell the narrative of the summer. They will document the entire experience as part of their own reflective process.

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