THANK YOU FOR JOINING US ON THE thirD DAY OF OUR SOCIAL JUSTICE FAIR.  WE INVITE YOU TO PRAY WITH US BEFORE YOU BEGIN VIEWING TODAY'S PROJECTS.  SENIoR bROOKE MCMURTRY IS LEADING US IN PRAYER TODAY. 

Student: Jennifer Barron
Title: Sex Assault of Females in Prison

Synopsis: My project discusses abuse incarcerated females face in the criminal justice system.

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Click here to view the Instagram account.

 


Student: Olivia Butts
Title: Lack of Gun Safety in Schools in the U.S.

Synopsis: The topic that I chose for my SJ project is the lack of gun safety in schools. Recently school shootings have been a huge issue for the U.S.

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Student: Chloë Downs
Title: Injustice Within College Admissions

Synopsis: College admissions process' unjustly rely on factors that are often independent from a person's application or true intelligence.

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Student: Grace Duncan
Title: Child Illiteracy in the United States

Synopsis: For my social justice project, I decided to tackle child illiteracy and how critical it is for us to recognize the harm it is doing.

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Student: Bridget Feldman
Title: Forced Marriages of Young Girls

Synopsis: This presentation shows the struggles of girls in Sub-Saharan Africa who are being forced to marry older men and deal with the consequences.

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Student: Tessa Gelin
Title: Turmoil in Native American Countries

Synopsis: I analyzed the ways in which Native Americans have been mistreated and how it continues to affect them, focusing on poverty and violence

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Student: Jane Leonard
Title: Bigger Than You Think

Synopsis: I researched why bullying occurs, why it is not talked about, and what it can do to children

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Student: Brooke McMurtry
Title: The Stigma Associated With Autism

Synopsis: The social injustice I focused on was autistic children not receiving the correct treatment. There still is some mistreatment on the topic.

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Click here to view Stigma Associated with Autism Instagram account.

 


Student: Aliya Pasquale
Title: The Lack of Resources In Foster Care

Synopsis: I researched injustices within Foster Care, specifically issues with the design, management, and oversight of the system.

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Student: Sara Prophete
Title: Hispanic Immigration in America

Synopsis: This project is about the systematic and historical dehumanization of Hispanic Immigration in America.

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Student: Jacqueline White
Title: The Problem with Perfectionism

Synopsis: Perfectionism, the incessant and debilitating need to be perfect, has become an ever-growing issue in today's cutthroat world.

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