Jo-Jikum’s creative climate action

The students and fellow instructors in the Jo-Jikum Climate and Health Arts Seminar huddled up for a group photo in high spirits after another fun day of learning and creating at CMI. Photo: Geovannie Johnson.

It’s the end of the summer semester for the College of the Marshall Islands and you know what that means? A new two-week program for Jo-Jikum to lead!
The workshop is targeted to high school students who are learning songwriting, weaving or painting all related to climate issues.
The Majuro-based youth organization just recently completed a film workshop through which a group of young people produced several original film presentations that were screened a week ago. It is now mid-way through the new climate arts seminar.


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