BYA is comprised of a group of multicultural young people living or going to school in Bayview Hunters Point (District 10). BYA is committed to reducing violence and to creating harmony and understanding through outreach, education, and advocacy. Youth participate in weekly afterschool multicultural leadership workshops and volunteer in monthly community events. Through BYA, youth have the opportunity to share their voices in various spaces in the community and participate in decision-making processes that affect them and their families.
- CYC Bayview branch office
- 5009 3rd Street
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“Youth Unity Mural” is a community-driven art collaboration in the Bayview between San Francisco African American Arts and Culture District, Chinese Culture Center, Bayview YMCA, and CYC. Participants from our Bayview Youth Advocates (BYA) program spent their summer project working on the art piece. Using a selection process, the group chose Helice Wen and Kalani
The Facebook Youth Council Program partners with youth interested in affecting positive change and teaches them how to harness the power of social media to create that change. The Council partnered with participants from CYC’s Bayview Youth Advocates (BYA) program and under their guidance educated them in using social media to engage in meaningful civic
By Stephany Welch Program Coordinator, Bayview Youth Advocates Honoring African American and Asian American history and resilience is the purpose of “Youth Unity Mural,” located at 5012 3rd Street. As the program coordinator for Bayview Youth Advocates (BYA), I set a goal to translate this powerful history into something the youths can fashion into wearable