Projects

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  • The Fall of Oppression

    This summer, a team of young men of color created a mural encouraging and inspiring their peers to know their value and know their rights. With an approach centered on personal narratives and storytelling, the team challenged notions of identity to break cycles of inequity facing young men of color today.

  • Reciprocity

    For most students, spring break means relaxing at home or with friends. Instead of taking a vacation, the high school sophomores in JPMorgan Chases program, The Fellowship Initiative (TFI), used...

  • Embodying Attachment

    For most students, spring break means relaxing at home or with friends. Instead of taking a vacation, the high school sophomores in JPMorgan Chases program, The Fellowship Initiative (TFI), used...

  • The Success of Knowledge

    For most students, spring break means relaxing at home or with friends. Instead of taking a vacation, the high school sophomores in JPMorgan Chases program, The Fellowship Initiative (TFI), used...

  • Unbounded Steps

    For most students, spring break means relaxing at home or with friends. Instead of taking a vacation, the high school sophomores in JPMorgan Chases program, The Fellowship Initiative (TFI), used...

  • I JUST WANT TO COME HOME

    I Just Want To Come Home declares a new mural in Bushwick on a Food Bazaar Supermarket, painted by a team of young men considering the complex relationship between police and young men of col...

  • Buy Your Mama A House

    Over spring break, a group of high school sophomores in JPMorgan Chases program, The Fellowship Initiative (TFI), teamed up with four Groundswell artist to create a mural addressing the issue of...

  • Yesterday I was ____, Today I am ____, Tomorrow I'll be ____.

    Yesterday I Was ____, Today I Am ____, Tomorrow I'll Be ____. is installed in Brownsville, Brooklyn, on a monumental wall overlooking a community garden.

  • Building Better Tomorrows

    As one of six projects created through Groundswell’s Summer Leadership Institute in 2007, young men in our Making His’tory program explored what it means to be an immigrant father in Brooklyn.

  • Déjà Vu: Which Path Will You Choose?

    As the first mural in Groundswell's Making His'tory series, Dj Vu: Which Path Will You Choose? explores the particular challenges faced by teenage boys and young men in the East Harlem community.