7th Graders Study How Young People Can Make a Difference

Feb 26, 2021

 

The 7th grade ELA students of Sarah Catalucci and Melissa Hilbrunner recently studied an article from Scope Online magazine. The article focused on how a group of teenagers organized one of the largest anti-racism protests in the history of their city. The article also focused on the death of George Floyd as well as the origins and goals of the Black Lives Matter movement. 

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