May 5 is a day to celebrate the rich and beautiful cultures and heritages of African people and those of the African diaspora.
The Clubhouse Network is a global, anti-racist, youth-serving organization. We are committed to valuing and centering the voices of young people who are most impacted by the intersections of oppression, including, but not limited to, structural racism. Continue reading…
Women’s Herstory Month is an opportunity to demonstrate and elevate the women leaders that have changed the fields and disciplines that inspire our youth.
During Black History Month and all year round, we lift up and celebrate Black youth voices.
International Day of the Girl serves as a reminder that throughout the year we must be committed to celebrating and lifting up young women in The Clubhouse community.
How The Clubhouse Supports Indigenous Youth
At The Clubhouse Network, we have a responsibility to help close that gap and that’s why we support STEM education for marginalized youth, including those from Hispanic and Latino/a/x communities.
Around the world, women on average earn 20% less than men. Women of color, immigrant women, and women with children earn even less.
During the month of June, we celebrate Pride Month, and all year round we stand in solidarity with our youth and staff of all sexualities and gender identities.
Juneteenth commemorates the day when the last enslaved black people of Texas learned that they had been freed, just over 150 years ago on June 19, two years following the Emancipation Proclamation.
This is a brief moment of accountability. We will continue to say “Black Lives Matter,” hold institutions accountable, and stand against white supremacy culture as we advocate for justice.