Several South Seneca Central Schools students will be taking a walk. This will not be a stroll for leisure or exercise, but a symbolic walk to express solidarity with children in sub-Saharan Africa who have to walk up to 20 miles a day to find uncontaminated water....
Areas of discussion include the impact of climate change on equality, right to life, liberty and security, slavery, economic and social rights, education, and cultural rights. Read the full press release.
The distance learning class is part of a worldwide effort to expose students to global issues and encourage youth activism. Read the full story.
The vivid colors, themes and stories of a Shawano artist will be part of a human rights symposium in May at a New York school. Read the full story.