The Blueprint for Social Justice is a community-based, sustainable project created by each Fellow to address a need in his or her local area. YP4 provides Fellows with the training, mentorship, resources, and technical assistance necessary to ensure their Blueprints can be supported over the long-term.

YP4 doesn’t tell Fellows what to think or what issues to work on. Rather, we equip Fellows with the tools they need to work with those around them in determining which issue and approach is best suited for their community.

Below you will find YP4’s comprehensive Blueprint Database, where we list all Blueprints. We encourage you to look through the various social justice projects our alumni continue to implement in their communities across the country.



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Youth Organizers United

Advocating on behalf of undocumented citizens in Mississippi, Sara used her Blueprint to begin an organization called Youth Organizers United
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Issue(s): Immigrant Rights.

Youth Lead LGBTQ Film Project

Simons Blueprint is a LGBT* youth-led film project. This film will be entirely written, recorded, and edited by youth, allowing
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Issue(s): LGBTQ+ Rights & Liberation.

Youth Emancipation Project

Joel’s Blueprint worked to empower youth to fight for social justice and progressive change and advocated for better quality education
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Issue(s): Educational Equity & Access. Progressive Alliance and Coalition Building.

Worker Equity at Pomona

Rachel’s Blueprint addressed inequalities along lines of race, class, and gender created by the U.S. educational system, immigration procedures, and
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Issue(s): Economic Justice. Educational Equity & Access. Immigrant Rights.

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