Cultivate the Next Generation

On location for the Progressive Pupil production Black and Cuba at the Amnesty International offices in Washington, DC.

Our internship program in action and on location for a Black and Cuba production shoot at the Amnesty International offices in Washington, DC. From left to right: Principal Organizer, Robin J. Hayes; Cinematographer, Marisa Wong; Community Outreach Intern, Folashade Kornegay.

Progressive Pupil’s interns are taking their first steps toward careers in non-profit leadership, documentary filmmaking and digital media design. These dedicated young people want to use their talent and intelligence to transform their communities.

Our internship program, which is in its second year, is one of the ways we make Black studies for everybody. Your support will help us continue to mentor and affirm dedicated youth who are making a difference. Donate now to encourage young people to be the change you want to see.  All donations are tax-deductible.

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