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