Yo S.O.S. X March for Our Lives

Project comissioned by Neighbors In Action. The posters were commissioned for the 2018 youth march against gun violence, and reflects the values of the organization which has been fighting against violence towards the youth in Crown Heights as well as promoting study and work opportunities for them.

Around 30 copies of the posters were printed and youth members of the NGO held these to take part on the main protest in Washington DC.

Poster with a black background and a black and white photo of Friedrick Douglass on the bottom and the following quote on the top: It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. Poster with a white backgroung with the Yo S.O.S. logo on the bottom. On the top, there is the following writing: We heal together.

Photo showing a student of color in a crowd holding a poster that has the following written on it: Don't shoot. I want to grow up.

Photo showing a student of color in a crowd holding a poster that has the following written on it: Don't shoot. I want to grow up.

Photo showing a students in Washing DC wearing an orange t-shirt at the 2018 March for Our Lives

Previously known as Yo S.O.S., Neighbors In Action works with local youth to create communities where violence is neither needed nor wanted, neighbors have increased autonomy and decision-making capabilities, and the people who want to lead have the skills to do so. The initiative Save Our Streets (S.O.S.) is a community-based effort to end gun violence in our neighborhood.

Poster with a black background and a black and white a photo of Huey Newton on the bottom and the following quote on the top: The Revolution has always been in the hands of the young. The young always inherit the revolution. Poster with a white backgroung with the Yo S.O.S. logo on the bottom. On the top, there is the following writing: Don't shoot. I want to grow up.