We are committed to working for a world where young people from historically oppressed communities are engaged in movements for social justice and resistance. We want to provide spaces where young people can explore and heal from trauma and historical oppression while they transform their communities.
H.O.L.L.A! (How Our Lives Link Altogether!) brings youth and their communities together to engage critically in power and privilege. They facilitate young people's journeys to power through relationship building, community organizing, political education and providing resources.
H.O.L.L.A! partners with Brooklyn youth on community organizing, healing justice and leadership development. They run the Nat Turner Revolutionary Leadership Program and Youth Organizing Collective.
If you are interested in any of H.O.L.L.A’s services (speaking engagements, workshops, etc.), please reach out to them through their service request form or visit their website.
CNUS’s Young People Moving Power programs work in close partnership with H.O.L.L.A! to be able to collectively offer many different community programs and organizing supports for central Brooklyn youth.
H.O.L.L.A! runs the Nat Turner Revolutionary Leadership Program, a six-month political education, skill-building, resource connecting and training program. They also runs the Youth Organizing Collective, a collective of young people ages 15-25 who come from diverse backgrounds, but are all pushed out of mainstream institutions. Their youth build community and create safer spaces for each other while engaging in political education and community organizing.