Let’s talk about social justice. What rights do you have as children? What rights do different groups of people have, and how did that happen? What rights are people STILL fighting for? How can we support that fight?
Join me as we take a look at children’s rights, animal rights, LGBTQ rights, women’s rights and racism. Each learning block represents one week of content, but you don’t have to do everything.
Pick some activities to get started, then come back for a deeper dive if a topic really sparks your interest.
For your final project you’ll record yourself giving a short presentation on a social justice issue that’s important to you, to do your bit to make the world better for everyone!
Then upload it to the Google Classroom for a chance to be included in our Social Justice Camp highlights reel.
Sharon Hurley Hall (she/her) is an anti-racism activist, writer and educator. She is committed to doing her part to eliminate racism, and is the creator and publisher of an anti-racism newsletter on antiracismnewsletter.com.
She is the author of Exploring Shadeism, an analysis of the colorism phenomenon in Barbados and the wider Caribbean. She is also the co-host of The Introvert Sisters podcast.
In addition, Sharon is a professional B2B writer and blogger, who has written for companies including Amex, Square, Taboola, OptinMonster and CrazyEgg.
Sharon holds MA degrees in Media and Cultural Studies, and in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. She helped develop and teach the MA Journalism programme at Coventry University in the UK.