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Human Rights class introduces students to current problems and solutions

By Polina Runova Staff Writer The Expeditions course Human Rights is about “helping students become aware about the different human rights that we have,” instructor Angel Barragan said. He also said the course is “talking about the way that [human rights] are not being done or that they are being violated in some way.” The course addresses many past and

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Human Rights creates awareness amongst students

By Analisa Sofia Perez and Christina Velez Staff Writers During Expeditions at Summit Rainier, students are always provided a space to learn and express themselves. Through the Human Rights course, these students are given the opportunity to learn about not only the issues that affect them, but also the ones that affect our society. When asked what the course is,

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Expeditions course discusses human rights and relevant, real-world issues

By Ethaniel Reyes Staff Writer Roger Nash Baldwin, a founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, once said that “silence never won rights. They are not handed down from above; they are forced by pressures from below.” Summit Shasta follows this principle by allowing students to take an Expeditions course on Human Rights. Taught by Zoe Marinkovich, this course is

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