TYA’s 2017 Black History Show kicks off the celebration of 10 years for the organization. This show, “Civil Disobedience-The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”, is a hard-hitting statement about protest, resistance and resilience throughout Africa and the diaspora. TYA pays tribute to the struggles of South Africa, Haiti, Cuba, Guinea and the fight for humanity
As we reflect on our most recent Cross Cultural International Educational Exchange and look at the country of Haiti and the U.S. Virgin Island of St. Croix; it is with a strong love and reconnection of history, purpose and commitment. Luke 12:48, “To whom much is given, much will be required”. TYA has received so
Today is International Women’s Day and like others we honor the achievements of women around the world. On this day and every day we must also remember that women and girls around the world still face unimaginable and horrific violence. If you have ever seen our performances, then you know that we are not afraid to
Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on this day in 1929. As young people, we recognize his contribution to our nation and the world and we honor him on this day. His strong leadership and unprecedented power of speech gave people the faith and courage to keep working peacefully for justice, even when others did
On this World AIDS Day it’s important to remember that whether positive or negative, we all have a role to play in achieving an AIDS free future. As young people, we are at the greatest risk for contracting HIV. In fact, more than a quarter of new HIV infections occurring in the U.S. each
Grammy-nominated performing artist Carolyn Malachi’s highly anticipated new “Free Your Mind” music video premieres December 6, 2012 during the Citizens Awards, hosted by the Business Civic Leadership Center of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The music video is directed by Sunchase Media and features Taratibu Youth Association, a nonprofit youth performing arts company based in Mt.