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"In Their Own Words", How to Build Peace at your School

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How to Build Peace at your School is a segment highlighting  current peer support services addressing and creating a culture of Peace and Non-Violence.  Student Leaders in the Jefferson Union High School District are targeting “Cyberbullying” via social media, and Bullying related to Racial and Ethnic Discrimination. 

The “In our own words” project intent is preventing bullying in each school, however the students are expressing that by working on this project, they benefit personally as well.

For instance, one Peer Leader explains:
“One of the reasons why I come to school on Tuesdays is not only do I want to make a difference but I get to do something I never would be able to do.”

Tune in and listen to the hosts Amro Radwan and Shakeel Ali interview the Peer Leaders who are Under the guidance of Otis Bess and Myesha Brown.  With their help they are learning how to shoot video, edit, brainstorm ideas together, and create a storyboard for their own public service announcement.