Inspire students to learn about, engage with, and lead their community: at local, state, and national levels.
Teach through an antiracist lens
Partner with students to understand and appreciate justice, the rule of law, and democratic institutions.
When: 2021-2022 school year. Please contact us 2 weeks before. Availability may be limited.
Length: At least 45 minutes.
Materials: The presentation can be found here. Note: materials will continue to evolve as we incorporate feedback.
Our first lesson, ‘Rules, Fairness, Democracy, & You,’ is divided into three parts:
Section One begins by comparing rules and fairness, then has students explore those concepts, working together to come up with rules to live together on a deserted island.
Section Two asks how we can change rules that are unfair and walks through the ways our government listens to people.
Section Three concludes with examples of kids who have changed the rules and the world by their efforts. Time at the end is provided for Q&A with the attorneys.
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Questions? Contact Program Co-Directors Leland Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Scott Garosshen (email@example.com | 860-522-8338).