This is discussion about Project s.t.a.r.t. Leadership.
Kate- I voted for your project because of the strong youth leadership orientation. Bringing middle and high school students together and asking them to lead a project that builds their understanding and capacity is just great. Best of luck.
Thank you for your vote, Peggy. The students and I have discovered that learning conversational and community leadership along with unpacking racism offers a constructive framework through which to influence change. Students have already taken these skills to work and college to provide leadership with equity and community building in general. We're hopeful!
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