“Stand Up, Speak Out” is an interactive presentation that empowers teens to become upstanders in their communities. Teens are introduced to the concept of civic engagement and taught how to identify different roles they can take when faced with injustice. Teens will learn about a diverse group of youth activists and brainstorm how they can take action in their day-to-day lives. Earn one hour of community service. Program for grades 6-12. District Residents Only.
This program is hosted by the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center.
Please Note: Registration is required to receive Zoom log-in information. Information will be sent within 24 hours of class beginning via e-mail. If you have any questions, please call the library at 631-421-4530 or 631-421-4535.
Please abide by the age and grade restrictions. Programs may be photographed/videotaped for library publicity. Notify library staff if you prefer not to have yourself photographed.