The LEGACY Youth Project wants to thank Dr. Alums and the staff of AT&T Aspire program for their generous donation of $23,000 to LEGACY. We are grateful for your consideration and the support you have given us! If you would also like to support our heart work, you can give via our online fundraiser. Thank you for believing in us!
LEGACY recent graduate, alumni and brother David DeHaro received the "Young Man of the Year" award from the Napa Emergency Women's Services (NEWS) at their Annual Men Making NEWS event. Brother David is off to college next! Here is brother David with his proud mother. We honor you hermano, for your transformation, commitment to your future and community and in leaving a legacy.
"LEGACY Youth Project of Napa visited Homeboy Industries on their annual educational Spring Break tour. LEGACY had the opportunity to participate in an art and poetry workshop, gardening, and tour of Homeboy Industries. They also had the opportunity to meet and greet the executive director and founder of Homeboy Industries, Father Greg Boyle, who is seen here with the LEGACY team." —via Napa Valley Register
"New documentary looks at definition of masculinity Director Jennifer Siebel Newsom joins TODAY to talk about her new documentary, "The Mask You Live In," which examines definitions of masculinity and the stereotypes driven into boys from a young age. She's joined by Steven Mason and Luis Vallejo, who are featured in the film."
"Students from six local high schools competed for the opportunity to speak at this year’s TEDxNapaValley event in a regional speak off competition held on February 25th at the Napa High School Little Theater. The High Schools selected up to two of their best students to compete." LEGACY leaders Gio, Jorge, and Alex were invited to present. Watch us at 1:14!
Since 2012, the Legacy Youth Project, LLC is an Ethnic Studies and social justice leadership program committed to the healing, transformation, and liberation of Napa Valley youth. Through our Heartwork Pedagogy, we cultivate humanizing opportunities for our scholar warriors to lead, rejoice, and thrive.
Throughout an eight year partnership with the school district, the Legacy Youth Project (LYP) was fiscally sponsored by two local non-profit organizations. As of August 2020, LYP transitioned to a Limited Liability Company (LLC).