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Finding Voice is an innovative literacy and visual arts program funded largely by the Every Voice in Action Foundation and Tucson Pima Arts Council. This project-based curriculum is dedicated to helping refugee and immigrant youth in LEARN Center ESL classes at Catalina High School in Tucson, Arizona develop their literacy and second language skills by researching, photographing, writing, and speaking out about critical social issues in their lives and communities.

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Youth from Afghanistan, Ghana, Honduras, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mexico, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Russia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, and Sudan work through the creative process of brainstorming, drafting, revising, drafting further, editing, and finally publishing to produce powerful and thought-provoking pieces which they then share with the community through exhibits, community forums, in an annual publication, and online.


May 5th, 2008

Alejandra ochoa

My name is Alejandra Ochoa. I’m 14 years old. I was born in Los Angeles, CA, but I was raised in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. The reason why I’m living here in Tucson is because my grandma was living here and we had more than 6 years that we hadn’t seen her; so we just decided […]

May 5th, 2008

Alejandro Garay

My name is Alejandro Garay. I am from Guaymas, Sonora. My family and I came to this country because my father has a job in this country, so his job forces us to live here in Tucson. I am living with them because I want to finish university here in Tucson. I think I will […]

April 16th, 2008

Hello world!

[ April 28, 2008; 12:00 am; ] Welcome to the premier of Finding Voice Project online.  Please note that our website is under construction.  Check back for photos and more text.


  • 28 April:
    • Bus Stop Exhibit