Human Rights students seek change

By Jon Christopher Aguilar Lopez and Isaac Sanchez

Staff Writers

The purpose of the Human Rights Expeditions course is to teach students their basic human rights and demonstrate how they can create change. The course aims to create an environment in which students can become better people in life through learning about the struggles of others.

This course is really impactful due to the many ways in which students can apply their knowledge to make a big impact on their community. The course has helped teach students about their own rights and about how they can use their power to positively affect the world.

Human Rights teacher Zoe Marinkovich said, “I believe that this course is impactful because it will teach students the importance of their rights and how if they want change they will be able to make a change.”

See below for a video about this course:

Featured image (at the top of this post): Human Rights students volunteer at a local elementary school. 

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