WE are Silent

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WE are Silent

On March 8, students from the Social Justice Club invited all students from grades 7-12 to take a vow of silence to show their awareness for all the issues that are in our society today.  Silence speaks louder than words.   By being silent it helps show others of certain issues in today's world.

This year the High School Social Justice Club was bringing awareness to injustice and oppression in society - like gender equality, racism and bulleying.

Participating students wore black and were silent to represent those who have been affected by these terrible acts of injustice.  Commonly, those who are affected by these oppressions are silenced and pressured to keep quiet.  The Social Justice Club wants their silence to represent how it must fell for those who are forced to stay quiet.