MITTY ADVOCACY PROJECT
WE ARE MAP
The Mitty Advocacy Project, or MAP, is a student-run social justice leadership team at Archbishop Mitty High School that researches, spreads awareness, and advocates about social justice issues.
INDIGENOUS RIGHTS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
MAPx is hosting two awareness events regarding Indigenous rights and solidarity. Our speaker event Centering Indigenous Perspectives will occur on Tuesday 2/23. Click the button below to read the speaker bios of our five Indigenous advocate panelists. On Friday 2/26, we will be meeting in the All-MAP Zoom room at 2:45 PM for a viewing of Gather, which explores the fight to revitalize Native foodways. Please make sure to RSVP for access to your StorySpaces (virtual film screening site) ticket at bit.ly/3b2SrTW.
A REMAP OF SEMESTER 1
The first reMAP of the Semester, curated by the CAMP team, is out now! Check out the reMAP for a full summary of MAP's initiatives during Semester 1 (2020-2021)!
In keeping with the core values of Catholic Social Teaching, MAP members research, spread awareness, and advocate about social justice issues to improve the quality of life for those who are suffering from preventable and reparable social inequities in California and in the larger United States.
Through advocacy, grassroots action initiatives, and community education projects, we hope to not only serve those in need but also inspire other youth to take similar action.