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Teams have one week to select the challenge of their choice, draft their vision, and set goals. Teams put their work into action by engaging their communities through events, surveys and media outreach. Here are their solutions.


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Aisha Alexander Solutions


Aisha Alexander Solutions


CAPITAL CITY PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL

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Reimagine urban spaces so that kids living in low-income communities have equal opportunities to receive the play-filled childhood they deserve.

MCKINLEY TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

TNT (Tech iNnovation Team)

Reimagine urban spaces so that kids living in low-income communities have equal opportunities to receive the play-filled childhood they deserve.

PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL

LocalFunDealers

Reimagine urban spaces so that kids living in low-income communities have equal opportunities to receive the play-filled childhood they deserve.

THE SEED SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON, DC

Safe City

Reimagine urban spaces so that kids living in low-income communities have equal opportunities to receive the play-filled childhood they deserve.

Eric Dawson Solutions


Eric Dawson Solutions


EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL

PEACE Agents of Change

PEACE Agents of Change will create a summit
named Spreading Our Voice Against Violence
by Knowing Our Rights. We will address root
causes of violence such as mental illness, anger,
misguided information, fear, police brutality,
and gentrification in our community.

WOODROW WILSON HIGH SCHOOL

Tiger Alliance

Tiger Alliance will foster positive relationships
between unlikely allies by coming together
as one community and breaking down the
negative stereotypes that divide us through
our week of unity.

Daniel Hickson Solutions


Daniel Hickson Solutions


CESAR CHAVEZ PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC POLICY - CAPITOL HILL

MPD Shadow Exchange

By “using mirror images to create stronger
bonds,” MPD Shadow Exchange is shadowing
offi cers and offi cers are shadowing scholars
in role reversal to build stronger relationships
between the two entities.

H.D. WOODSON HIGH SCHOOL

TRUST

We will build healthy relationships between
police officers and young adults in our
community by hosting a field day to create
mutual understanding and trustworthy
relationships.

RICHARD WRIGHT PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL

MPD
(Making a Positive Difference)

MPD is a group that seeks to build comradery
between youth and law enforcement by
holding panel discussions, mentorship
programs in schools, and community events.

Dean Kamen Solutions


Dean Kamen Solutions


CALVIN COOLIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

S.T.E.M. Colts

S.T.E.M. Colts exposes our students to the
pathway of exciting and fun careers in S.T.E.M.

E.L. HAYNES PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL

ELH Visionaries

ELH Visionaries will spark the interest of high
school student in S.T.E.M. by creating a unique
and innovative design challenge.

Patty Stonesifer - Solutions


Patty Stonesifer - Solutions


BENJAMIN BANNEKER HIGH SCHOOL

Stamp Out Hunger DC

Stamp Out Hunger DC makes healthy and
affordable food available to low income
families in Wards 5, 7, and 8 through the
establishment of model community gardens
to teach residents how to produce fresh and
healthy foods.

FRANK W. BALLOU HIGH SCHOOL

The Healthy Knights

We will develop a system to provide affordable
healthy food and educate our community
through a mentorship program.