As we are all mobilizing and making our voices heard in the new year, whether it’s participating in the march in DC or Atlanta, The ICM Interfaith Youth Alliance (ICMIYA) is organizing youth to come together to share their voices on issues that impact them as young people.

The ICM Interfaith Youth Alliance would like to invite you and your youth ages 11-21 to join us for our first meeting of the year in preparation for ICM’s Annual Day at the Capitol as well as to prepare for our ongoing work with the Juvenile Justice Project.  Please RSVP by January 16, 2017 at, so that we can prepare for you and your young people.

When: Saturday, January 21, 2017 @ 2-5 pm

Where: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (1911 Cliff Valley Way, NE, Atlanta, GA 30329)

Who: ALL youth ages 11-21 (and their chaperones/adult leaders)

Cost: FREE

More about the ICM Interfaith Youth Alliance:  

ICMIYA  extends the mission of the Interfaith Children’s Movement to improve the well-being of all children in Georgia by providing a nurturing space for youth (ages 11-21) to address the challenging issues of their generations and derive transformative solutions through activities that promote leadership development and individual and group empowerment.