Arts in Action Illustration: Antonio Rodriguez
Illustration/Antonio Rodriguez

Inclusive Student Projects Make Space for Marginalized Communities

The University of Southern California Arts in Action program helps students flex their creative skills to advance inclusivity. 

More specifically, 3 USC students use podcasts, performances and workshops to open public platforms for kids and adults.

  • JURI HWANG MFA helps people find their voice. She created -Here, My Voice-, a program to help people with hearing loss reconnect with their voice and build self-confidence.
  • IRENE FRANCO RUBIO  launched a podcast that encourages community conversations to engage and empower young people from marginalized communities by helping them learn how to be more civically active

Those young people who create spaces for marginalised communities in different ways (through podcasts, performances and workshops) are a source of inspiration for CREATE!

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