Tell Our Stories
Sign up for Camp YouthKAN, Monday, August 17 - Friday, August 21, 5 days of making friends, creative play, and telling stories for change. Featuring artists and activists Mikayla Weary, Ashley Lee, Deepa Iyer, Dae Shik Kim Jr., Judy Ko, Hannah Sung and April Ulinski.
Monday, August 17, 11am-1pm (virtual / Zoom)
Tuesday, August 18, 11am-1pm (virtual / Zoom)
Wednesday, August 19, 11am-1pm (virtual / Zoom)
Thursday, August 20, 11am-1pm (virtual / Zoom)
Friday, August 21, 2020, 10am - 5pm (Ayeko Farm* in Enumclaw, WA / conversations will also be live virtually)
Cost: $30 donation to support our facilitators and Ayeko Farm. Donate here.
Anyone ages 14-19 may register. Please commit to attending all sessions.
The farm project will be open to 9 students only. In-person participation is not required to register for Camp YouthKAN. Participants will be asked to wear face coverings, bring their own lunch using KCSC's lunch stipend, and maintain 6-10 feet distance as we talk and connect to the healing soil throughout the day. This experience will be completely outdoors, and we will help participants prepare for this accordingly. For those who choose to participate virtually, the sessions on Ayeko Farm will be accessible live online. We will remain flexible and update often as plans may change due to COVID-19.
*Ayeko Farm is a BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) and family-centered space, where folks can come to feel comfortable on the land and connect to nature, explore culture through food, medicine, and nature, and nourish and heal. We try to grow food with the least harm to the earth, and we focus on growing food that is important to many different cultures. We are making this space available for farmers who have previously lost access to land through colonial violence, forced migration, or institutional racism. We create space for people to celebrate and maintain culture, earn income, and build community.