Tweet We spent a week in Flagstaff and Navajo Nation highlighting BlackFire, a Navajo (Dine) traditionally-influenced, sibling punk bad that bears strong socio-political messages regarding government oppression, relocation of indigenous people, genocide, domestic violence and human rights. They exemplify the “active” citizens JoA seeks out. Their lyrics are rampant with both happenings and injustices of [...]
While in Los Angeles, JoA attended the launch party of Young Artists for Peace and Justice. Inspired by her experiences in Haiti before and after the earthquake, actress Olivia Wilde created YAPJ with friend and fellow YAPJ enthusiast Barbara Burchfield to mobilize America's Generation Y to empower youth in the developing world through education.
Tweet Change Generation: Kassidy Brown and Ryan Brown, Co-Founders, Journey of Action Siblings Kassidy and Ryan Brown (25 and 30, respectively) wanted to tell the remarkable stories of the members of this generation who are making an impact on our world. So in 2009 they conceived the idea for Journey of Action, a trip across the [...]