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Welcome to the CACAYC

In Miscellaneous on 09/01/2011 at 8:03 AM

We are an organization dedicated to bettering the community through youth involvement and cultivating the leaders of future generations. For more, take a look at the Purpose tab.

This is a website for the CACAYC branches in Southern California and the projects we’ve done. Projects and updates will only be from May 2011 and on.

You can comment on all posted projects by going to the Projects tab.

Contact information is available in the Chapters tab. Contact us if you have questions or are interested in joining a chapter!

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Thanks for visiting!

MLK Virtual Minecraft March

In Completed Projects on 03/07/2021 at 10:43 PM

LA Works brought an amazing informative hour about social justice for MLK Day. The tour took place in Minecraft, where all of us got to explore a replica build of Washington DC. This march included visiting sites such as the White House, Washington Monument, World War II Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol and the Smithsonian Museum. There were NPCs laid out that gave a lot of insight and information to what MLK was pushing for back then and still relevant to this day. A lot of African American figures, including present-day, showed up in this march giving a quote or two of what they believed in. Although this march was not a deep dive and big lecture about social justice and equality, it does bring a way for everyone to understand, especially for a younger audience, about why we have a day off from school and what MLK pushed for with his beliefs.

Full Screenshot Album: https://imgur.com/a/09fWIA6

Arts and Craft Class

In Completed Projects on 09/07/2020 at 1:08 AM

The arts and craft class is taught by Olivia Zhao, an incoming 8th grader at Portola HGM. The class is mainly centered on origami. The past 6 weeks, the students have learned so many new things, from modular boxes, to bookmarks, to modular icosahedrons. These diligent students have learned quickly and been able to interact with each other through helping and working in teams to recreate a certain model. All in all, the arts and crafts class went extremely well and all the students learned a lot!