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Justice Generation


A Life-Changing Experience for High School Students and Young Adult Leaders 

Seeking Teens Who Care About RACIAL JUSTICE

The NIC Anti-Racism Task Force is seeking United Methodist high school students who have an interest in learning, developing, and engaging in racial justice work in the church and community with Justice Generation for the 2021-2022 school year. If selected, students will be expected to meet once monthly for a two-hour Sunday evening session (virtually and in person, when permitted), starting in August 2021 continuing through May 2022. The final schedule and dates are TBA. This cohort of students is offered a variety of learning experiences which will involve special guest speakers, relevant books, innovative films, dynamic music, and lively discussions focusing on how to create racial justice for social impact. Students will be encouraged to share what they learn within their churches and communities. A  culminating out-of-state trip in June 2022 visiting civil rights sites depends on the status of COVID-19. Cost: $50 for the August through May learning group. An additional cost for the out-of-state field trip is TBD. Look for more details soon. 

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Seeking Young Adult Leaders/Mentors

Young Adult Leaders, ages 23-30, are also needed to help plan, lead discussions and facilitate learning opportunities for Justice Generation participants. Young Adult Leaders will be responsible for partial cost of the out-of-state trip. Applications for both students and leaders are due August 1.

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