Month: January 2019

Never Too Young to Be a Leader

This fall, all three kindergarten classes at PS 147 in Williamsburg participated in SLP’s Residency Program. These incredible 5 year olds are the best illustration of our founding belief: if given the opportunity, youth of any age can use their voices

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The New Normal

What social problem worries elementary school children so much that they devote twelve weeks to trying to solve it? For two SLP classes attending school in underserved Brooklyn neighborhoods, the answer is gun violence. During the fall session of SLP’s

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Activist Spotlight: Xiuhtezcatl Martinez

Throughout 2019, we are releasing exclusive interviews from young activists around the country. We believe that no matter your age, you can create real change. Each person featured in this series embodies that belief. Today, we bring you a conversation

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Activist Spotlight: Kate Griem

Throughout 2019, SLP will be releasing exclusive interviews from young activists around the country. We believe that no matter your age, you can create real change. Each person featured in this series embodies that belief. To kick off 2019, we

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For more information about how SLP helps Brooklyn children and teens become leaders in their schools and communities – and how you can get involved- please contact us at info@servicelearningnyc.org.