The role of organization inspiring the future agent of young leaders

Protect our Aquifer plays a prominent role in shaping the changes of environmental justice, and improving the social equity

Protect our Aquifer, and the changes of the organization could empower youth action — Credit to Canvas theme, edit by Yanuth Then

Protect our Aquifer is a non-profit organization with a transparent mission to support the management of the Memphis Sand Aquifer. POA’s strategically strengthen their website, and produce thoughtful content. Those contents are detail-oriented where it is eligible and open for everyone to explore and request any help, for instance, the Byhalia Pipeline issue.

The issues of the Byhalia pipeline are the cause of environmental racism, this has lasting effects on both children and youth, especially young women. POA plays a prominent role in the collective sense of urgency and is a common vision for the future, hence being a role model for youth empowerment who will become agents of change.

“You all continue to fight for justice, and for those who are often forgotten about. Together we are generating positive momentum to a more protected city for our future generation” — Memphis Communities Against Pipeline

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Yanuth Then (田雅尼)

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International Exchange Student — “Political Science” | Christian Brothers University | Senator (SGA) | Whatever you do, just don’t sit still, constantly grow…

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