Welcome to the JBP 170th street located in the Claremont neighborhood of the Bronx.  Like every JBP group, this page is updated and maintained by its youth.

Who we are:

Middle School students from Mott Hall 3 (ms.128!)

Picture 2 Chelsea Mawugbe is a very smart person who is engaged to learn more things. She is a very confident person who likes to dance and act. When you first meet her she’s shy and quiet but when you get to know her better she’s the opposite.

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Sarai Rivera is an 8th grader and loves to read, sketch, and learn about political problems to see how she can help.

 

Picture 4 Ryan Martinez is an 8th grader at Mh3 that loves video games and basketball.

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 Janabou Drammeh is an 8th grade student at Mott Hall 3 who wants to make a change in the community.

 

Picture 5 Brandon Garcia likes to play baseball. His favorite player is Starlin Castro. When he grows up he wants to be the starting short stop for the NY Yankees.

Picture 6 Ismael Almonte is a responsible student at MH3.

Picture 7 Arley Rodriguez is an 8th grader at Mott Hall 3 who is determined to make it right in the community.

Picture 9 Essence Wilson is an 8th grader at Mott Hall 3. She loves to sing, act, read, dance, and is a beautiful, intelligent young lady!

Picture 10 Fatou Waggeh is a Mott Hall 3 student who likes singing and reading.

Picture 11 Edgar Gonzalez is a nice person who likes to play games and have fun. However, if things are serious he’ll get serious until he make himself have fun things in his head.

Picture 18 Trinidad Hungria is a young mixed girl that can be creative yet accept denial accountable talk. She is also smart and open minded to coming out to speak up.

Meetings:

Time@ 10:45am-11:40am, Thursdays

Location@ 580 Crotona Park, South Bronx, NY 10456

Acts for Justice:

  • Mc Cruelty Animal Rights Campaign
  • Working on raising awareness about mass incarceration and racism through creative forms of expression

Contact: Ayesha Hoda 646-267-5057