Endangered Activism was created as a mother-daughter collaboration to mentor my daughter, Devon with her activist passions in wildlife conservation and endangered species. We co-created this project to dive into field research, storytelling, and learn best solutions in conservation and find creative solutions for storytelling in urban and youth communities that aren’t traditionally tied to conservation. Devon’s focus to give voice to the issue was a graphic novel and streetart projects. We co-wrote the graphic novel, The Rosette, and brought Mariana Prieto on to illustrate. We launched the streetart project, #WhatWeLose with Mexican artist, Diana Garcia as a collaboration and mentorship in Paris, Oxford, and Denver, Colorado. After a year and a half of worldschooling and field research projects, we are now developing a documentary in post-production that focuses on the field research and the use of street art as a way to bring the conservation conversation into urban areas.