As a teenager, and as a student, you not only see all kinds of violence at school every day, you might have experienced some of these things yourself. School shootings, sexual violence, and racial disparities in school are all things you probably hear a lot about in the news. More often than not, stories about these topics are missing a crucial point of view: YOURS.
Come to our Town Hall for Teens to speak your mind, share your experiences with others, and open people’s eyes to what’s happening right in our schools.
For the past couple of months, our R. J. Reynolds students have been looking into school shootings, in-school suspensions, sexual misconduct at school, and racial disparities. We want to share their stories with you and together think about how can we make our schools safer.
Join us in ReynoldsPlace Theater at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts on November 22nd from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
This event is completely free but there are limited spots so save your seat right now!
This is YOUR time to speak up. This is YOUR time to stand out. This is YOUR chance to make a difference.