Our Programs

Minor Disturbance (MD) Curriculum is intentionally crafted to immerse students in our four core subjects: information processing, personal, social, and behavioral. We use a range of methods, steaming from Participatory Action Research methodology and oral tradition, in which participants of MD programming will; become more self aware, can articulate--in a variety  of mediums--self awareness, and affirm the agencies of themselves and their collectives for sustainable social change and collective healing. Our curriculum moves through themes of: reclamation, personal and artistic accountability, oral history, and expansion of expression. Colorado youth will have access to alternative creative writing resources and practices. 

 

Socail

  • reclamation
  • collective healing 
  • social awareness
  • affirmation of collectives and collectively expressed agencies
  • collective and artistic accountability
  • oral history

Personal

  • interpersonal boundaries 
  • personal and artistic accountability 
  • affirmation of expressed aggencies
  • reclamation
  • oral history 
  • individual change

Behavioral

  • interpersonal boundaries
  • personal, artistic, and collective accountability
  • self awareness
  • affirmation of collectives and collectively expressed agencies
  • reclamation
  • collective healing

Information processing

  • expansion of expression 
  • oral history 
  • reclamation
  • creative writing practices 
  • sustainalbe social and collective change 
  • self awareness