The Center’s community mobilization program is a youth-led program that regularly engages some 1,600 young people in activities designed to promote an open, creative cultural atmosphere and support young people in their efforts to participate in building the kind of communities they aspire to live in. Activities include networking and coordinating with community organizations, “contemplation” workshops, cultural competitions and art exhibitions. Youth can also develop and refine their individual talents through a variety of courses offered through the Center’s cultural program including drawing, charcoal drawing, writing, crafts, music, fine arts, and folklore. The Center also organizes exhibitions for artists and workshops to produce collective works. One of the Center’s most popular media program activities is Radio Clack-it, a daily 24-hour on-line radio program. The youth-run station hosts programs on a wide range of social and cultural issues of concern to youth draws almost 2,000 listeners monthly.