Beginning with a pilot venture in Richmond, VA, we have partnered with the Community Justice Film Series and the Virginia Attorney General’s Office to train high school and college students on how to use their cell phones to make short films about social justice organizing and organizations in their communities, as a catalyst to engage in active, forward-thinking dialogue around prominent themes of community justice: education, safety and healing, housing, infrastructure, transportation, employment and job creation, and public health. Because our model is a train-the-trainer model, with our facilitator training college students who can, in turn, train high school students, we hope to scale this project in additional communities.