B2L Legacy workshops provide unique and immersive community-based experiences – such as dialogue facilitation, networking, and skills building – to connect and empower young adults and adults in communities, to strengthen communities.
What is B2L Legacy?
In collaboration with community-based, corporate, and educational partners we develop place-based opportunities that focus on topics that impact BIPOC community members within the systems of criminal justice, healthcare, and education. Through workshops, conferences, community events and youth based groups, we engage the students, their families, and the community as a whole.
B2L hosts and participates in workshops and conferences that provide courses in financial literacy, advocacy, community building and more.
The Community Council is designed to provide parents and adult family members of the students in our programs an opportunity to build collaborative solutions to the problems and barriers they face within the systems of criminal justice, healthcare, and education.
Youth Executive Committees
Youth Executive Committees are designed to provide youth ages 13-18 with a platform to learn about the process of civic engagement. Youth will be provided incentivized stipends to attend community-based workshops.
“You don’t need to know it all. There’s a difference between speaking and working towards what you want.”
- B2L Student
See B2L in Action
Check out our students, families, and community participating in B2L events, classes, workshops and more!
B2L POWER Conference
See B2L in action! The P.O.W.E.R conference was an event geared towards students and their families. The conference focused on community health, wellness, and prosperity. P.O.W.E.R stands for: