The AjA project provides photography-based educational programming to youth affected by war and displacement. AjA gives students an outlet to think critically about their identities, develop leadership skills, and become agents of personal and social transformation. The AjA Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization headquartered in San Diego, California. We utilize participatory photography methods and an assets -based model, AjA's after-school and in-school programs transform the lives of displaced youth.
The AjA Project operates Journey, a participatory photography-based program for refugee and immigrant youth in San Diego. The program uses visual storytelling to engage youth to explore their cultural identity, develop communication and leadership skills, and see themselves as agents of personal and social transformation.
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