Unfiltered is run by high school senior, Yashvi Gosalia. The idea came about when a friend noticed that there were painted rocks thanking essential workers and hospital staff and wondered if the same thing could be applied to the Black Lives Matter Movement. Yashvi ran with this idea, creating it into a project that is dedicated to raising support and increasing conversation about the Movement for Black Lives, especially within youth, through art. Unfiltered holds experiential learning classes at the Cormier Youth Center for middle and high schoolers where students learn about Black history and discuss current issues of race, class, and more in a safe and positive environment. By offering an outlet for students to process their thoughts as well as educating them on little known history and ways to be anti-racist, students become more engaged and outspoken citizens. Students paint rocks during these classes with messages of support for BLM movement and these rocks later get put on AVIS trails to encourage trail users to take a moment to acknowledge the subtle and overt forms of racism that happen daily in Andover. Those who have taken this class are blown away by the amount of history that heavily affected Black people that they had never known about and are especially appreciative of the fact that they got to learn more about current events happening in MA and country-wide.