No one is born being a citizen. You have to be taught what it means. Sonia Sotomayor
Do you want to know who you are?
Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.

Thomas Jefferson

EMPOWERING YOUTH VOICES

Empowering Youth Voices on Substance Abuse

Over 100 area high school students studies human rights documents and then, in consultation with local experts, formed fact-based opinions about addictive substances and addiction in our community. They developed outreach projects and presented these at an invited briefing at the United Nations, which was attended by over 200 UN policy and global health experts.

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Empowering Youth Voices on Climate Change

Students from Trumansburg High School focused on Sustainable Development Goal #12: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts, researching local and global aspects in consultation with Cornell students (seated) and other experts, and presented their project proposals at the annual Student Leadership Conference held at the United Nations in February.

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Empowering Youth Voices on Domestic Abuse

Four Trumansburg High School students asked to research issues related to domestic abuse, exploring how stigmatizing victims often leads to their isolation and helplessness. In addition to presenting at the UN and Cornell Law School, they engaged in an hour-long live interview on Ute Ritz-Deutch’s Human Rights and Social Justice radio program on WRFI.

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Empowering Youth Voices to Promote Sustainability

PREFACE Pick any item – a shirt (cotton or polyester?), microwave oven, aluminum lawn chair, lawn mower (gas or electric), outdoor barbeque, basketball, bicycle, or cell phone. Where did every raw material and component come from? Were the people and their families...

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