Keturah Brewster
Keturah Brewster is the Program Coordinator/Lead Organizer who works with young people and organizers around the State in order to increase youth opportunity and pushes our State to stop looking at young people as criminals. She does this by building leadership development, challenging political leaders, and engaging with our communities around this dialogue. Keturah believes that the only way to undo the harsh systemic domestication that pollutes our society is by education and unlocking the power each of us holds as a collective when we work together. Keturah has supported youth leaders and carried our Juvenile Justice campaign. Keturah is a certified Youth Worker, and in 2017 herself and her colleague won the Advocacy Champion Award. Keturah lives in Roxbury and is a transfer student from UMASS Dartmouth.

Program Coordinator/ Lead Organizer

Keturah Brewster is the Program Coordinator/Lead Organizer who works with young people and organizers around the State in order to increase youth opportunity and pushes our State to stop looking at young people as criminals. She does this by building leadership development, challenging political leaders, and engaging with our communities around this dialogue. Keturah believes that the only way to undo the harsh systemic domestication that pollutes our society is by education and unlocking the power each of us holds as a collective when we work together. Keturah has supported youth leaders and carried our Juvenile Justice campaign. Keturah is a certified Youth Worker, and in 2017 herself and her colleague won the Advocacy Champion Award. Keturah lives in Roxbury and is a transfer student from UMASS Dartmouth.