FREE Conversation Toolkit To Help Keep Young People Safe

It’s not easy to talk with youth about sensitive topics such as cybersafety, healthy relationships, and bullying. To help facilitate these discussions, the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC), in partnership with the youth leadership group, P.O.P! (The Power of Prevention), created the site, “100 Conversations.” The goal of “100 Conversations” is to increase … Continue reading FREE Conversation Toolkit To Help Keep Young People Safe

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Activism, Social Justice and a “Dear Future Leader” Letter

  Have you ever noticed a student at your school and thought, 'This young person is going to change the world!'? Consider encouraging their activism with a personalized letter and give it directly to any of your developing change makers, giving your vote of confidence and support. A personalized letter can look like the sample below.[Feel free to share, … Continue reading Activism, Social Justice and a “Dear Future Leader” Letter

Didn’t You Know That Hyphenated-Americans ARE Immigrants Too?

The New York Times newspaper publishes a series of articles called, "Race/Related", and the latest article from the series discusses the hyphenated American.  It is so appropriate and timely that I, just yesterday, posted an image of recent protests underscored by a comment  that referenced hyphenated Americans in this nation of immigrants. The latest policy of the new Trump administration is currently … Continue reading Didn’t You Know That Hyphenated-Americans ARE Immigrants Too?