In this activity students propose actions for addressing social injustices and look at ways that other young people have responded to injustice.
Here's a fun way to get students working and strategizing together. It's adapted from Adventures in Peacemaking, by William J. Kreidler.
Materials: 12 paper plates, carpet sections or place mats
On January 8, the US Departments of Education and Justice issued new guidelines aimed at reversing punitive discipline policies like "zero tolerance."
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