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This project was a collaboration between Graphic Design II and History of Children as part of SDSU's Arts Alive! program. We were given four books to choose from that all related to the struggles that younger generations faced in various cultures. The book I chose was The Bread
Givers by Anzia Yezierska. Set in the 1920s on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, tells the story of Sara Smolinsky, a refugee and the youngest daughter of an Orthodox rabbi, who rebels against
her father's rigid conception of Jewish womanhood. After listing and narrowing down several
prominent themes, I settled for empowering independence and freedom for girls, quite
specifically, the opportunity for education, as the primary focus for my children's campaign.
October 2017 - December 2017
Graphic Design II
Educate A Girl, Educate A Generation mission is to encourage refugee teenage girls and young women to take advantage of their fundamental right to pursue education. We also strive to help girls gain confidence and a sense of independence within themselves and expose them to a world of opportunity that is presented in front of them.