on being an “at-risk” youth

 

OYE scholar Sandra Fiallos talks about being characterized as an “at-risk” youth in Honduran society.

About Richard Lakin

Richard Lakin is the co-founder of 18 rabbits digital media. Named after the Mayan king (695-738 AD) who supported the arts during his reign in Central America, 18 rabbits digital media promotes social entrepreneurs, international development, educational institutions, NGOs, corporate social responsibility, non-profits, and community outreach projects through a strategic program of multimedia and internet distribution.
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5 Responses to on being an “at-risk” youth

  1. Powerful and substantive video on such an important topic. So many youth are labeled “at-risk.” Finally we get to hear what one Honduran youth thinks about this label. Amazing work.

  2. Sandra Fiallos says:

    …… sin palabras quedo bien, gracias por compartir este video about me!

  3. Nacie Arnold says:

    In working with ” high risk” youth in United States, I now refer to them as “at promise” youth. It’s more strength-based and reflects their resiliency!!! Thanks for sharing how it feels to overcome the pressures of growing up in yor country!

  4. Patrick Ahern says:

    Sandra,

    Felicidades en hablar de su situacion y la de jovenes en El Progreso. Siga adelante pare ser “el cambio” que necesita Honduras
    Patricio y Patricia

  5. Pingback: OYE’s Sandra Fiallos Selected to Represent Honduras at the One Young World Conference in October | the OYE social media project

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