“A group of people or an organization, that brings justice to our community,” senior Tyler Tix said. (Photo By: Mikayla Erf)
“A group of people or an organization, that brings justice to our community,” senior Tyler Tix said.

Photo By: Mikayla Erf

Personalizing Social Justice

December 3, 2015

What does social justice mean to you?

“A group of people or an organization, that brings justice to our community,” senior Tyler Tix said.

What does social justice mean to you?

Social justice, to me, is doing the right thing. If you are not doing anything wrong, you should not be charged for it,” junior Issac Yang said.

Social justice, to me, is doing the right thing. If you are not doing anything wrong, you should not be charged for it”

— Isaac Yang

What does social justice mean to you?

“I guess doing the right thing, acting in a socially justice, responsible way,” counselor Kristina King said.

What does social justice mean to you?

“Social justice is the equality between everyone, in terms of opportunities presented,” junior Natalie Zinn said.

How does Black Lives Matter impact our community?

“The civil disruption heightens people’s awareness, causing for personal reflection and possible action,” math teacher Darby Whitehill said.

How does Black Lives Matter impact our community?

“I think that it’s a divisive issue in our community, that’s bringing the issues surrounding racism back to the table. No matter where you stand, racism is still prevalent today,” history teacher Molly Siebert said.

How does Black Lives Matter impact our community?

“I think it affects us negatively, they cause a lot of unnecessary drama for the community,” junior Erika Coons said.

How does Black Lives Matter impact our community?

“It impacts us because we are aware of what is happening in our community with African Americans,” sophomore Sam Schilling said.

 

 

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