Equity Webinar Post Election Success and Healing 20161118 1908 1

November 28, 2016
“We have witnessed our students express various actions stemming from emotions of fear and frustration in the forms of walk outs, marches, and even violent protests. We recognize that these actions can be disruptive to school activities and present safety concerns for students and the school community. While the post-election results fostered dialogue about social justice issues, it also hatred and division.  It is imperative that students learn how to disagree but with love and respect.“ -- Nicole Anderson
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