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Youth Speaks webpage

Building the next generation of leaders through the written and spoken word. The innovative programs nurture develop the youth voice and promote positive social dialogue across boundaries of age, race, class, gender, culture, and sexual orientation. Throughout each facet of the organization, Youth Speak encourages active literacy, honest writing, and critical thought.

What Kids Can Do webpage

What Kids Can Do is a national nonprofit organization that documents the incredible actions students are taking to support justice and equity. Click on the Featured Stories to read about powerful speeches by young women and men.

Amnesty International webpage

Join the Urgent Action network! Amnesty International works to improve human rights through the actions of ordinary people around the world. Every day AI receives information about prisoners and other individuals in danger around the world. If an immediate international response is needed the Urgent Action network is set in motion.

Get involved in politics and your upcoming elections!

Rock the Vote is dedicated to protecting the freedom of expression and empowering young people to change their world. Volunteer to help others register to vote.

Honor Vernon Dahmer Sr. — Register to vote today!!!


I've never gained so much courage or confidence or determination to do something about the injustice I see before. I learned so many important things in history and that related to my life such as Elizabeth Eckford's quote, 'Ordinary people can do extraordinary things.
-Serena, student

Civil Rights Resource Center