Students can propose workshops from Jan. 9 through Feb. 17, for Social Justice Week.
Social Justice Week will be from April 20-25, with an assembly on April 23. Two 40-minute workshops will take place, followed by a reflection. The reflection will happen within advisories.
Clubs and individual students will host workshops revolving around the theme of RESIST, an acronym for Reclaim, Equity, Sustainability, Intersectionality, Solidarity and Taking action.
“I think that this theme really meets the moment that currently exists in our country,” Social Justice Week co-leader Franzi Wild said. “Resistance is really like finding ways to live my life and finding ways to like take action in my life against what I see to be social injustice in the world.”