THANK YOU FOR JOINING US ON THE FOURTH DAY OF OUR SOCIAL JUSTICE FAIR. WE INVITE YOU TO PRAY WITH US BEFORE YOU BEGIN VIEWING TODAY'S PROJECTS. SENIOR christie louis leads US IN PRAYER TODAY.
For more information about Catholic Social Justice Teachings, we have provided you with links to the following resources:
Student: Liliana Baker
Title: Lack of Funding for Pediatric Cancers
Synopsis: I created a social media campaign to increase awareness about the under funding of childhood cancer research and treatment.
Student: Chloe Donovan
Title: Manipulation in the Media
Synopsis: My project explores how the media manipulates the public.
Student: Katherine Kapolis
Title: Food Insecurity
Synopsis: Learn about Food Insecurity, the side effects due to an unhealthy lifestyle, and what ways you can help solve this injustice.
Student: Erin Leahy
Title: Protecting Those Who Protect Us
Synopsis: My project is about the lack of resources for injured police officers. Learn to understand this topic and how you can help.
Student: Isabel Raymond
Title: The Sea's Disease - Ocean Pollution
Synopsis: This project is on ocean pollution. The various ideologies and teachings surrounding pollution will be discussed in this presentation!
Student: Kathleen Rose
Title: Social Pressures on Mental Health in Women
Synopsis: I researched how societal pressures increase and affect the mental health of young women in the United States.
Student: Mary Stack
Title: The Climate Crisis - We Are To Blame
Synopsis: My project exposes the causes of climate change, specifically identifying manufacturers and ordinary humans as perpetrators of the crisis.
Student: Carolyn Tuite
Title: The Extra Cost of Being a Woman
Synopsis: My social justice project is about the Pink Tax, which refers to the extra cost of being a female consumer due to gender-based pricing.
Student: Lauren Van Nosdall
Title: Students Are The Future
Synopsis: My topic is focused around school and the lack of resources for students with mental health issues. Students' health should be a priority.