August 5, 2022 -Pittsburgh Student Ambassadors' Jaia & Deahmi interviewed at the office of Public Source, a non-profit news organization whose goal is "to amplify community voices that are not often amplified in a positive way."
Youth Essayist: It would be nice to.. not have to expect the worst.
August 13, 2022 - The 6 Top Students (with their parents and teachers) in the DtWT program this year received tickets to the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Seattle Seahawks at the former Heinz Field, now Acrisure Stadium.
September 10, 2022 - Jaia & Deahmi received an invitation to be on "The Saturday Night Brigade," a nonprofit radio program that broadcasts live out of a studio co-located in the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh.
Youth essay on gun violence
February 13, 2023 - Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey's Black History Celebration at our nation's capitol in Washington, DC. Our Pittsburgh DtWT Ambassador students were honored for their efforts to make their schools and communities safe.
Pittsburgh DtWT Girl Ambassador Jaia Harrison (8th Grade, Manchester Academic Charter School) & Pittsburgh DtWT Boy Ambassador Deahmi Mobley (8th Grade, Pittsburgh Martin Luther King School).
Pittsburgh DtWT Ambassadors with teachers (Mrs. Carla Knight, Manchester Academic Charter and Mrs. Leslie Maben, Pittsburgh Martin Luther King) along with court officials and MC Ryan Huston.
Court Officials - Standing: Judges Paul A. Cozza & Dwayne D. Woodruff, Juvenile Probation Administrator Russ Carlino. Sitting: Judges, Kathryn Hens-Greco, Lisa Middleman, Sabrina Korbel, Tiffany Sizemore, Nicola Henry-Taylor & Deputy Court Administrator Cindy Stoltz, Esq.
Students across Allegheny County along with their families and teachers were honored from Pittsburgh Public, Woodland Hills, Manchester Academic Charter, The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, and Imani Christian Academy came together with one mission to Stop Violence!