So, the final episode of Struggle Street aired last night on SBS and without delving to deeply into the lively debates that are currently taking place, we just wanted everyone to know that there are two sides to every story. So what are we doing? Well, we decided a small video campaign might help equalize the negative attention Mt Druitt has been receiving.
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The Street University Clothing Label is a new and innovative Ted Noffs Foundation initiative that gives young people the chance to set up and run a multidimensional business and instil values, dignity, confidence and self-reliance. The youth involved will: 1) learn the entrepreneurial skills necessary for establishing and managing a business; 2) acquire the experience essential to working in a structured business environment; 3) be educated about business etiquette; and 4) hone their individual talents and redirect them in ways that contribute to the business vision. In addition to vocational and educational development, the business vision involves a deep commitment to cultural diversity and youth empowerment. The Street University Clothing Label project addresses important youth concerns and raises awareness of the obstacles faced by many young people in the western suburbs. It allows young people the opportunity to experience leadership roles and engage in activities that directly impact their lives.
We just want to give a quick shout out to Street Kulture Breakers AKA SKB who will be heading to Korea to represent Australia after being announced the 2014 champions of the R16’s Oceania for the third consecutive year. Wh-Whaatt!? You heard right, these guys are absolutely killing it in the scene and have a proven performance history that’s really raising the bar for other Australian B-boy crews including 1st place wins at: