Berwick students present anti-discrimination storyboard to county council

Kirk Starratt
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Berwick and District School vice principal Cindy Dickie, right, and a group of grade 6 and 7 students from the school present a storyboard entitled “Positive Youth Led Actions to Address Discrimination.”

 

Berwick and District School vice principal Cindy Dickie and a group of grade 6 and 7 students from the school visited Kings County council’s committee of the whole on May 20 to present a storyboard entitled “Positive Youth Led Actions to Address Discrimination.”

The students, participants in the Berwick School Youth Forum for the Action Plan to Address Poverty, Discrimination, Social Injustice and Homelessness, has also presented their storyboard to Berwick town council and to a gathering at the Kings Mutual Century Centre Apple Dome.

The storyboard illustrates the involvement of the students in the municipality’s Action Plan for Ending Racism and Discrimination, which Berwick Mayor Don Clarke said has now been adopted by Berwick town council.

Organizations: Berwick town council, Berwick and District School, Kings County council Berwick School Youth Forum Kings Mutual Century Centre Apple Dome

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