I am Malaya Booth, a junior at Yellow Springs High School. I am passionate about social justice, creating art and photo journalism. My absolute favorite season is Spring because it’s full of green, my favorite color. I also have a grandma aged leopard gecko I love with my whole entire heart!
Sophia is a senior at Yellow Springs High School who is committed to fighting for social and climate justice and loves creating positive change in her community. She first became interested in philanthropy and community involvement when she joined SPIDEE (Students Promoting Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity through Education) her freshman year. She has since gone on to co-found an environmental club, co-lead and organize weekly local Black Lives Matter Rallies, and become the new student leader of SPIDEE.
Arielle Johnson is a senior at Yellow Springs High School. This past summer she became a youth organizer for the Black Lives Matter movement in Yellow Springs, OH. She co-led these rallies and protests starting in July and is currently planning their return in the spring. She is also a co-founder of the Yellow Springs High School Ecology club.
Im June Pyles-Treser im am an athlete and i go to McKinney Middle School. One of the main issues i care about is feminisim within sports and i wish people knew i was a girl wrestler who is helping grow the girls wrestling community with both of my parents by my side.
I am Mateen Sajabi, I’m am 14 have two brothers and a mom and dad. I mainly care about BLM because my dad is very integrated in the movement, and my mom is using her position as a youth librarian to teach youth about the struggles of African Americans in America. And I really like to play video games. Basically all weekend I play with my friends. I also like spending time playing basketball with my friends too.